We all exist along a scale of relationships that define and guide us through life. Whether we are talking about the relationship one has with one's self, family members, friends, colleagues, ancestors, society and culture, and the natural world, just to name a few, we take definitions, meaning, and feedback from these relationships to create a sense of self and others. My goal is to provide an empathetic and nurturing therapeutic environment that allows for safe exploration of the themes you would like to explore. I use an integrative approach to therapy to provide the most meaningful experience for you.
My diverse background, that includes working as a strength and conditioning coach for 4 years and a teacher for 12 years, provides a set of experiences and tools that assist in helping families and children with special needs, male issues, stress management, depression and anxiety, mobility and weight loss, and sports performance.
Master of Arts Counseling Psychology, Saybrook University
Bachelor of Arts Psychology
I specialized in working with adolescent and adult men, families with special needs children, athletes, and individuals moving through physical rehabilitation. I integrate mindfulness, experiential, and psychodynamic based approaches.