What Sets Me Apart As a Therapist?
My path to becoming a mental health therapist was driven by my desire to understand the experiences and perspectives of each unique life story, including my own, as well as what blocks us from recognizing, identifying and striving towards our goals. I rigorously “practice what I teach” and subscribe to the belief that we are both humans trying to figure out challenges together (I just happen to have some training that may assist in the messiness that life can bring). I am a therapist who believes that change happens outside of the certainty of comfort zones and will provide a safe, authentic, and humorous relationship to do that in.
My former clients have shared that I have a knack for “making sense” of hard experiences and a unique ability to see some of the most burdensome challenges feel like a strength. I have a natural tendency to connect the dots in one’s life and to normalize even the things that don’t feel “normal.” If you are desiring a safe relationship to learn more about yourself, then we may be a great fit to work together.