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Areas of Specialty


Anxiety can create symptoms, such as restlessness, fatigue, and muscle tension, that disrupt your day – and life.

Clients with anxiety are often reluctant to start counseling due to not wanting to experience more anxiety. This is “normal” in that starting something new can create a variety of emotions.

Counseling for anxiety can include improving assertiveness skills and communication skills. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a method of therapy that challenges cognitive distortions, such as black-and-white thinking, catastrophizing, and mind reading.


Intimacy is a sense of closeness, trust, and connection. It is an essential factor in the relationship with yourself – and others.

The counseling environment offers a safe place to explore emotional and sexual intimacy. Offered for both individual and relationship counseling. 

Gottman Method Couples Therapy (GMCT) uses a combination of assessments, managing conflict, building love maps, and creating a shared meaning to increase trust, intimacy, and connection. Completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy.

Life Transitions

Life transitions include moving, career change, becoming a parent, marriage, and divorce.

Each life change has its challenges related to identity. Counseling allows you space to process the changes – and feelings accompanying them.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) can help you explore your values to discover what is important to you, be willing to experience difficult emotions, and observe your thoughts without being ruled by them.