Do you feel that you could be happier?
Have there been better times in your life?
Does something need to change?
Difficulties with a partner or family member?
Memories or regrets that bother you?
Seeking more from life?
Feeling better may be quicker
and easier than you'd guess.
Gently and effectively, I use proven methods to:
- lift depression
- reduce anxiety
- improve relationships
- resolve traumatic memories
- process anger
- increase well-being
- and expand joy
I believe in kindness, courage, creativity, and
our natural ability to heal.
I thrive on joining the scientific, the spiritual, and the down-to-earth.
I can meet you where you are, and go where you need to go. When
I counsel people, I bring all my tools, but you choose which ones
You are a unique and valuable person with deep reserves
of strength and creativity. You are the hero
in the movie of your own life. If your movie has gone off-track,
I can help you move it forward to where it belongs.
I work with people of all ages and situations:
children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. I
help people pull back from sorrow and suicide, overcome phobias,
repair relationships, stop obsessing, heal old wounds, and succeed
in their lives.
It is my honor to help you make your safe passage in the journey
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Child Mental Health Specialist
A Few Unsolicited Testimonials about
:"Thank you for today. I appreciated your kind,
insightful way." - M.
"I felt *light* all day. I told W. that I felt
like I was 20 years old: the world felt simple and easy and uncomplicated."
- L., written after an EMDR session.
"I carry away with me every day since treatment
a sense of comfort and clarity." - J.
From a parent of a teen client:
"Thank you so much! I think you're a gift to J. and to our family.
After seeing you, he is a much happier person, he feels good about
himself. When we left yesterday, as he was getting in the car he
said, 'I feel so respected.' "
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