What to expect
While this is about you and your therapeutic journey, I firmly believe that the most important part of therapy is the relationship between the therapist and client. It is therefore crucial that you feel comfortable. For that reason, I offer a little about me so that you can determine if we would be a good fit for working together.
I have had the pleasure of helping clients in transition for several years. I possess a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Indiana University and a Clinical Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Regis University. As a Marriage and Family Therapist I am trained to work with children, individuals, couples, and families. Due to this my practice supports reliably assisting children, individuals, couples, and families as they work through interpersonal conflicts. My intention working with each client is that they are heard, validated, and offered a wider range of skills and tools to navigate their different environments.
My therapeutic style is empathetic, supportive, and engaged. I integrate experiential frameworks backed by research to inform my approach, and value open communication as meaning is being shaped between an individual or a system. My approach is non-pathologizing, meaning I treat individuals and systems based on presenting therapeutic goals, not diagnosis. In honoring this treatment plans are tailored to each individuals concerns and openly discussed so that you know what to expect and how you will be clinically supported during our time together.
I consider it a privilege to walk alongside others as they work towards their goals. Please come as you are, there are no expectations.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT