Seeking out help at these times can be helpful and is a very courageous step.""I specialize in treating children, adolescents and couples.
My initial focus is to establish a therapeutic relationship with my persons who I work with as I believe that is the foundation for effective therapy.
I currently have evening appointments on a weekday in addition to weekends.
I offer empathetic listening and also provide direct but therapeutic feedback and support to the individuals I work with.
"In my blended practice of mental health counseling and art therapy, I work with families, adults, and children, supporting them in identifying resources and strengths to regain emotional health.
In sessions, we work together using the approach that best suits my clients' needs--- art therapy using hands-on creative projects to gently encourage self-expression and gain insight; cognitive behavioral therapy to positively shift thoughts and feelings; and dialectical behavior therapy to enhance mindfulness and increase resilience.
Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow." - Mary Anne Radmacher I look for my patients to experience therapy as an exciting, engaging and thought-provoking process of self-discovery and personal growth.
Many of my clients have co-occuring disorders, mental illness and substance abuse, as well as history of trauma.""I have over 20 years experience helping people recover from alcoholism, drug addiction and mental illness.
Our life experiences and stressors can make this feel extremely difficult.
Seeking out help at these times can be helpful and is a very courageous step.""I strive to help empower clients to work with their own positive qualities, identify their strengths and make necessary changes.
I strongly believe in meeting my clients where he or she is at and facilitating him or her in addressing the presenting problems.""I specialize in treating children, adolescents and couples.
I strongly believe in meeting my clients where he or she is at and facilitating him or her in addressing the presenting problems.""Dr.