When’s the last time someone told you that you’re brave?
Brave for showing up; brave for asking for help; brave because you won’t let numbing be the long-term plan; brave to admit there’s a problem that can’t be fixed on your own.
Well, listen, you are brave.
And I’m so glad you’re here. You have a story to tell, and I want to hear it – I want to know what you’ve tried, what’s worked and what’s failed, and how it is that you feel stuck today.
I am here to help you – that’s why I chose this work.
It is my aim to help you move through the stuck-ness to live a full life. This means different things for different people. Some are hoping for help in their relationships, some are trying to manage many areas of stress or anxiety, some are looking for contentment in a culture of “never-enough,” some are trying to parent better, some are trying to trust the people around them.
Whatever it is, I am honored to be a part of the process.
My goal is to help you find hope from your struggles; that sharing your story will become a part of your healing; that you will find counseling to be a safe place for you to show up and be vulnerable, honest, and known. I believe that God created all of us with an innate desire to be known.
I’ve also been in a position of needing help.
At a time when I knew I needed to talk to someone but didn’t know where to start, a friend told me about a therapist who used Temperament Assessments–and I just had to know more.
A temperament assessment meant therapy uniquely tailored to ME—helping me understand how I respond to people around me, how I make decisions, and how my temperament impacts my relationships.
And, yes, I am trained. I have my Master’s Degree in Counseling and am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I work from a Christian worldview; the amount that faith enters into the counseling session will depend on your goals and concerns. As a Christian Counselor, both my profession and my faith support my commitment to meet you where you are.
Make an appointment today. Despite how you may feel, you are brave;
this is the next step to start understanding your truest self.