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Available Services

It is important to note that this is not an exhaustive list, and therapy may address other mental health concerns that are unique to each individual.


Treating individuals from a client  center approach, meaning a holistic approach that emphasizes the importance of your experiences and perspective. It empowers you to take an active role in your own healing and growth, and it fosters a collaborative and supportive therapeutic relationship with your therapist. ​*Specialized in bolded items.

Common issues include:​​

Addiction (substance, gambling, shopping, porn, sex)

Adjustment Disorders

Affair/Infidelity Recovery

Anger Management



Dating Issues


Divorce Recovery

Grief & Loss

Life Transitions

Mood Disorders

Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)

Personality Disorders

Self Esteem


Sexual Abuse

Spirituality Concerns


Substance Use 

Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


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Couples and Marriage

Maybe you and your spouse have a good relationship, but you feel like there's something lacking. Your marriage used to be full of passion, but now it feels more like a friendship or living with a roommate. Perhaps there has been infidelity in your marriage and you're unsure about how to proceed. You might be contemplating divorce or what it would be like to be single. No matter which stage of your relationship you are in, my aim is to help you reach your relationship goals.​

Common issues include:


Communication styles

Short to long term goals

Expectations & standards

Conflict resolution

Behavioral modification







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Military and Veterans

Serving in the military often involves exposure to traumatic events and face unique challenges. I use my knowledge of military culture to provide services that are tailored to your specific needs, including combat exposure, multiple deployment, and addressing the challenges of transitioning from military to civilian life.​

Common issues include:

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)



Substance abuse and addiction

Relationship issues

Difficulties with transitioning to civilian life

Anger management

Grief and loss

Sleep disturbances

Sexual trauma

Chronic pain and other physical health concerns

Moral injury

Military sexual trauma (MST)

Self-esteem and self-worth issues.

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  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): A short-term, goal-oriented therapy that aims to change negative thought patterns and behaviors.

  • Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR): A therapy that uses eye movements or other forms of bilateral stimulation to help clients process traumatic memories and reduce distress.

  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT): A therapy that emphasizes mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness to help clients manage intense emotions and improve relationships.

  • Trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy (TF-CBT): A therapy specifically designed to address the needs of individuals who have experienced trauma. It combines elements of CBT with techniques to help clients process traumatic memories.

  • Cognitive Restructuring Therapy (CRT): A therapy that focuses on identifying and challenging negative thoughts and beliefs related to the traumatic event.

  • Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT): A therapy that focuses on developing psychological flexibility and acceptance of difficult thoughts and emotions.

  • Motivational interviewing (MI): A client-centered approach to therapy that helps clients explore and resolve ambivalence about making positive changes.

  • Psychodynamic therapy: A longer-term therapy that focuses on exploring unconscious thoughts and patterns that may be contributing to mental health concerns.

  • Mindfulness-based therapies: Therapies that use mindfulness practices to help clients become more aware of their thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations in the present moment.

  • Humanistic therapy: A therapy that emphasizes the individual's innate capacity for growth, self-awareness, and personal development.

  • Family systems therapy: A therapy that focuses on the ways that family dynamics and interactions may be contributing to mental health concerns.

  • Solution-focused therapy: A therapy that emphasizes identifying and building upon the client's strengths and resources to achieve specific goals.

  • Narrative therapy: A therapy that helps clients reframe their life experiences in a more positive and empowering way.

  • Interpersonal therapy (IPT): A therapy that focuses on improving communication and relationship skills to address mental health concerns.

  • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT): A type of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) that focuses on identifying and changing negative thoughts and beliefs related to the traumatic event.

It is important to note that this is not an exhaustive list, and different modalities may be more effective for different individuals and their specific needs.

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