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My Services


Family Therapy

Therapy is a guided process, and it starts with you and your family. You have the insight, while I help strengthen your work, giving you the tools you need to process change and communicate effectively. Over the course of my career, I have counseled children and adolescents in school (elementary, middle school, high school, and special education) as well as in therapy and residential settings. Our focus will be on family participation, because children and adolescents are better able to understand, adjust, and manage their behavior when their parents and guardians are active in the process. In our initial consultation, you will learn how we build trust and work together to come up with a treatment plan that gives everyone a voice. I have extensive experience with childhood trauma, abuse recovery, divorce, catastrophic illness, and gifted children, and I welcome families dealing with issues around LGBTQ+ identities.


Couples Therapy

Most couples enter into therapy because they want to learn how to stay together. I work with the couple to determine the sources of attachment in the relationship as you reconnect and reestablish lines of communication. Through joint therapy and at least one individual session with each partner, I work with you to identify the barriers to happiness in your marriage or relationship and build empathy and communication skills. As communication improves, couples can better access their attachment and learn how to handle conflict with respect, rather than escalation.


Alzheimer's, Memory Care, and Care Partner Therary

Persons Living with Dementia (PLWD) and their Care Partner (CP) face fear and stigma against the condition, intense and ongoing change, increasing anxiety and confusion, and loss of living skills. After working through this in my own family, I have researched the condition and built a model of therapy that seeks to empower the person living with dementia, their care partner, and the family. We will work together to improve communication while their cognition is changing, and identify protective factors (such as food, exercise, social connection, and sleep, which can all help with dementia). Our process will identify ways to work within the family to understand and communicate needs and build a a family-based, sustainable model of caregiving.

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