I work with couples and families, as well as individuals. I have been trained in and utilize a host of different theories depending on what type of client, system and issues we are working through. I do not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach, and our journey together will be as unique as our differences and similarities. I appreciate the fact that we all come from different places and have different experiences and stories and this is where my passion lies.
 
In my work with clients, I use an integrative approach that incorporates elements of existential therapy, emotionally focused couples work, communication theory, and person centered therapy. I believe that each client is unique and has different needs, values and goals, all of which will be honored during the time we spend together.
 
Some of the issues that my clients bring to therapy include, but are not limited to:
Anxiety
Depression
Problems in Relationships
Divorce & Breakups
Desire for Relationship Enhancement
Difficulties with Life Transitions
Grief & Loss
Stress
Lack of Self-Respect and/or Self-Esteem
Lack of Motivation
Desire for Anger Management

I endeavour to work using a brief therapy model which entails ten to twelve full length sessions. My goal is to help you work on what ever issues concern you and get you back on track to your life. I believe in finite, clearly defined courses of therapy, to help clients return to their lives as soon as possible.

Recent Presentations

March, 2015 - Colorado Wyoming Counseling Center Conference: "Zombies, Werewolves and Sleepless Nights: The Narrative of Empathy Fatigue (and Mindfulness as a Potential 'Silver Bullet')."

April, 2015 - Colorado Counseling Association (Poster): "Superman is Bleeding: Compassion Fatigue is the New Kryptonite."

May, 2015 - Colorado Employee Assistance Program (CEAP): "The Reaper Has Lots of Friends: The Many Faces of Loss."