First responder/Military Families. Everyone is taken through adversity in their life. I want you to know that therapy is a safe and nonjudgmental place to be vulnerable by releasing all your troubles through recognition and confrontation of your presenting problems, emotions, and views. While life will get difficult, it will also present with opportunities to grow and heal. Within ourselves, is the ability to become a better person and make changes in your life.
I create a warm, compassionate environment where you are able to be yourself, as I assist you in processing your feelings, gaining self-awareness, and exploring unhealthy patterns of thinking, behaving and relating. I work with you to reimagine and achieve the healthiest version of yourself within your relationships, workplace, and family. I respect the work done by our service men and women and their families and know that military life is relatively different than civilian life which naturally, will come with a unique set of perspectives on life. The emotional, mental, social, and physical parts of us become challenging to navigate as we start experiencing phases of the life cycle. I will strive to be a safe and non-judgmental place to assist in the difficulties you may have and empower individuals and families by encouraging them to draw solutions from within by focusing on the strengths you already possess.
I believe that change is inevitable. But growth is optional. There is no limit to what you can do if you so desire to achieve it. Our life experiences have taught us some unhealthy behaviors which ultimately means that these behaviors can be altered. Through my own experiential learning, I have been able to conquer obstacles such as anxiety so that it did not control me. You too can do the same, no matter how difficult the adversity may seem! With the right tools and outlook on life there are no boundaries to your evolution! I am a non-discriminatory, non-judgmental, safe place to share and I would love to be able to help in the ways that I can.