The most important relationship that exists is our relationship with ourselves. Unfortunately, most people are disconnected from their own wants, needs, and desires and have no idea how to pursue genuine fulfillment. You cannot control what you do not understand, and many of us have no clue why we do the things that we do, communicate the way we communicate, or even love the way that we love.  What excites me the most as a therapist is introducing clients to themselves. I enjoy helping clients recognize that they have more control over their lives than they may realize.

What To Expect In Therapy

I provide a safe space where self-exploration without judgment is encouraged to deepen my client’s awareness of the triggers and poor coping mechanisms that impact daily functioning and relationships with others. I promote developing positive self-esteem and the confidence needed to feel empowered to deal with unexpected and difficult life challenges. My focus in therapy is to help you form a stronger bond with yourself by helping you to identify your needs and wants, utilize effective communication skills to get those needs met and develop healthy boundaries within your relationships.

In sessions, we will explore what makes you, you. We will discuss how you learned to think, function, and persevere. We will highlight the strengths that already exist and offer you healthier options to improve your quality of life where applicable. We accomplished this through client-centered conversations that provide meaningful insight, honesty, and empathy in a non-judgmental space where you can feel safe to explore and embrace your feelings.

Life is hard, and people need the help and support of other people. When working with clients, an essential component of the therapeutic relationship is trust. I want clients to leave each session feeling heard and validated. My goal is to empower clients to learn to have more confidence in their own decision-making. Renewing your emotional and mental health is the best way to lay a solid foundation for a happy and fulfilling life.

A famous African proverb states that "it takes a village to raise a child." I would add that it takes a village to raise a child and a village to sustain the parent. I am motivated and driven to help restore the village.

Practice Details
  • Street Address
    25 E Washington St. Suite 1051
  • City
  • Zip Code
  • State of Practice
    Arizona, Illinois, Texas
  • Describe Your Practice
    Online and In-Office
  • Accepting New Clients
  • Virtual Therapy
  • Prescribes Medication
  • My Website
  • Group Therapy Available