Individual Adult Counseling

Have you been having a hard time getting a grip on your life?

Are you feeling especially sad or worried?

Or are you going through a major life transition?

It's OK not to be OK

Everybody goes through difficult times. If you find yourself in the stuck place with not a lot of hope, you are not alone. Many people, especially since the pandemic, have run into problems that lead people to ask "Do I need professional help?" Some problems like job stress, unexpected losses, can be become so hard, that it starts affecting quality of life.

My Approach

I have an extensive background on all the major approaches your typical therapist will do, however, I also like to focus on getting down to the roots of a problem

Some therapists will provide a quick fix using Brief Therapy, especially providers who take insurance. The goal for many insurance companies is to get you in and out of therapy as quick as possible

Getting to the roots of your problem helps you not just overcome the difficult times you are facing now, but helps you prevent going down the same bad path ever again,

Get Your Life Back on Track


I've helped many people overcome the most difficult times in their lives including things like depression, anxiety, grief and the like. My success rate climbs higher and higher. With 21 years of experience, I have seen everything.

  • Learn about the 75 year long study that indicates what truly makes people happy
  • Find healthy ways to cope with overwhelming emotions or deep levels of grief
  • Learn how to forgive yourself and others
  • Create a social life that is life giving and supportive

Call today to make an appointment or to schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation.

If you are tired of struggling and want to restore peace and joy in your life, please call me for a complimentary 15-minute phone consultation.
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frequently asked questions

All types of people come in for counseling. People with serious problems, people with minor problems, or just people who want to improve the quality of their lives. Coming into counseling no longer has the same stigma that it used to have.
In any good therapy session, you should not feel judged. You can expect to be listened to and asked constructive questions about your life. Normally, clients feel a sense of safety that allows them to open up and provides the pathway for healing and emotional growth.
Typically, you meet with your therapist once a week for a 50 minute session. On occasion some opt to come in once every two weeks, while others, especially those in crises, tend to go twice-a-week.
Yes. After you have chosen the therapist that you feel is the best match, please call the therapist on his or her direct line and you can schedule an appointment or you can ask for a free 15 minute phone consultation. The consultation can help you get a better feel of what they are like and to you can make sure this is a good fit for you.
Ultimately, you choose the length of time to invest in counseling. However, some guidelines are that the more serious the problem, the longer it takes. Typically, people can expect to see positive changes within 2 to 6 months. There are occasions when only 3 or 4 sessions are needed and on the other hand, sometimes therapy can extend to a year or longer.