Initial Assessment-which typically lasts around 60 minutes, whereby you establish yourself as a client; complete the necessary forms and we discuss your reasons for seeking therapy as well as answer any questions you have about treatment.

Individual Therapy Session– which lasts between 45-55 minutes and is typically weekly. These sessions are offered for adults, teens, and children.

Family Therapy Sessions-which last between 45-55 minutes and can include the entire family or a subset of the household. These sessions can be weekly or can be as needed to augment a client’s individual sessions.

Couple Therapy Sessions-which last between 45-55 minutes. These sessions can be weekly or can be as necessary.

Group Therapy Sessions-which last for one-to-one and a half hours and run weekly for a specified amount of weeks.

Life Coaching-which lasts for one hour. These sessions provide personal growth, professional development, student development, college coaching, relationship coaching, communication skills, confidence & personal power, inner peace, achieving balance, health & weight issues, organization & productivity.

My areas of expertise:

• College coaching
• Student development
• Advocacy
• Career counseling
• Coping skills
• Depression
• Domestic abuse
• Family conflict
• Grief/loss/bereavement
• Infidelity
• Life coaching
• Men’s issues
• Obesity/Weight Loss
• Mood disorders
• Workplace dynamics
• Coping with physical illness
• Trauma and PTSD

• Physical, sexual, emotional abuse
• Secrets that are hurting your life and relationships
• Self-esteem issues
• Separation/divorce
• Spiritual care
• Stress management
• Suicidal ideation
• Transition from hospital to home, or extended care center
• Adolescent &Teen Issues

As a professional therapist, my role is to guide you as you take steps towards positive life changes, healing, and a healthy mind. Together we’ll work to uncover and better understand life’s challenges and day-to-day stressors that detract from your life and focus.

I consider all my patients to be more than just another name or an appointment. Therapy is meant to be an entirely individual experience, and I treat it as such, with deep compassion and absolutely no judgment. Not only do I want to provide support and encouragement for each of my clients, but it’s my goal to offer them practical resources that they can put into practice immediately in their lives