Licensed Professional Counselor
MA, MS, LPC, NCC
It would be a privilege to be a guest in your story! Note: New clients welcome for groups; waitlist for ongoing therapy.
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2014
I most often support adolescents and adults who are struggling with a high level of posttraumatic stress, dissociation, plurality, adjusting to transitions in life, anxiety, and/or depression. If you are someone who continues to have a hard time with painful past events interrupting your life and holding you back, I believe we could be a good fit as partners moving toward your increased wellness together. Options: Individual or group therapy or assessment-only for diagnostic clarity.
"Dissociative disorders" is a broad category of experiences related to common long-term effects of trauma on a person's daily life. This can include the varied degrees of dissociation (i.e., zoning or spacing out, losing time, memory problems) we all experience on a regular basis to a level of dissociation that can be described as dissociative identity, amnesia, fugue, parts/alters, depersonalization, and derealization. I can provide ongoing therapy or assessment-only for dissociative disorders.
"Trauma" is a general term that includes any past painful, distressing, or terrifying event that continues to have a negative impact on your life. Anyone can experience different levels of emotional stress and interruptions in everyday tasks as a result of past painful events. This typically involves nightmares, flashbacks, being easily startled, negative beliefs about self or the world, difficulty feeling positive emotions, dissociation, and avoiding reminders of the painful events.
Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem
This group is very low pressure with minimal personal sharing. Each week, we will start with trivia, cover a couple topics, learn and practice a new skill, and end with a quote. Dates: 6/6, 6/13, 6/20, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25. Attend all 6 weeks and get one free! Being on camera is optional. Humor is encouraged. Weekly topics: Introduction, containing, noodling, pep-talking, balancing, and quitting. This group is open to anyone who would like to improve their general mental health. Email me or
Anxiety, Depression, Personal Growth
This group is low pressure with minimal personal sharing! Each week, we will start with a trivia question, learn and practice a new skill, and end with a quote. This 10-week series begins the first week of spring (March 23) and ends on May 25. Those who attend all 10 weeks will receive a 10% discount. Being on camera is optional. Humor is encouraged. Weekly topics: Introduction, containing, noodling, scaling, rain boxing, skill-sharing, pep-talking, humaning, winning, and quitting.
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