Deciding to come to therapy can be a difficult process. Choosing a therapist that you think will be a good fit usually starts with what services or expertise they may provide. While I'm comfortable working with clients on a wide range of topics, I try to limit my focus and expertise to the topics listed below. These are general topics and are not here for you to figure out how you may or may not "fit" into them. Just take a few minutes are read more about these subjects. My hope is that it brings something new to your awareness or a different way of approaching an issue. The information below will hopefully help someone see how there are many factors that can contribute to a person's day to day interactions.
LGBTQ+ Counseling - Counseling for mental health diagnosis including depression and anxiety, support around coming out process, transitioning support for trans youth, adults, and their families.
Counseling for Introverts - Support for those of us that prefer one on one interactions, quiet time alone, and need to recharge after too much socialization.
Grief and Loss Counseling - Support and processing the death of a loved one or pet, loss of a relationship, or transitions in life that feel like a death.
Teen Counseling - A non-judgmental place for a teen to discuss their difficulties with their family, friends, and future which includes support around any potential struggles with stress, depression, and anxiety.
Individual Counseling - Counseling for adults and young adults who may be struggling with their new place in life, job transitions, relationship struggles, and family conflict. It includes support around any potential struggles with depression and anxiety.
Group Counseling - This is a group for family members of transgender individuals. Support around the transition of the individual as well as the family, coming out process, and education around the medical changes.