Professional Counselor Associate
Supervisor: Stephen Keeley, LPC
Past trauma can cause us to constrict our beliefs about ourselves. Our time together will help guide you on the path of self-discovery.
6118 SE Belmont St
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2017
I have a MA in Counseling Psychology with and emphasis on Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA.
I have had training in Psychodynamic Psychology at my Depth Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
I offer a range of therapeutic techniques, tailored to meet the needs of the individual client.
As the world goes through this dramatic psychic shift, we are asked to reassess our priorities and decisions on how we want to live the second half of our life. I would be honored to act as your guide in this process and also help with the anxiety that comes with change.
I wrote my Master's thesis on the relationship between creativity, imagination, and personal growth. By utilizing a Jungian framework of 'active imagination', I show how personal growth can be obtained through creative expression.
I have a keen interest in men's issues and have facilitated men's process groups groups for 6 years.
I have both attended and facilitated three separate long-term codependent groups and meetings. I focus on male codependency and it's relationship to addictive behavior.
A primary focus of mine is working with those who suffer from depression I believe that psychopathology is a revolt of the soul, and depression is a useful tool that tells us we are not living a life that resonates with who we really are.
As a means of emotional survival, men wear a mask to hide their true self. But at some point the mask no longer serves them, and gets in the way of experiencing life in authentic and meaningful ways. This process group is a safe place where men can learn about what is behind their mask, as well as an opportunity to be open and honest with others.
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