I’m no stranger to adversity. I understand that good people go through some very difficult experiences. I understand that sometimes good people under pressure make bad choices. Just because you are having a hard time doesn’t mean you are a bad person. I won’t judge you.
Over the course of my career, I have worked extensively with all types of abuse survivors, combat veterans and victims and witnesses of violent crimes. I have worked with alcoholics and other addicts, individuals suffering from depression, people with life threatening eating disorders, couples trying to work out their problems, individuals trying to come to terms with huge life changes, people facing death, clients with anger management issues, and many, many more. All of these people have been my teachers, and I have welcomed every lesson they taught me.
I believe that psychotherapy is a very valuable tool for healing the mind and spirit. I believe that through really listening to you and to your story, through hearing your truth, and by using all the tools I have learned, I can help you move toward healing and wellness. I would enjoy the chance to work with you.
I received my degree from Ohio State University in the late eighties. I practiced in a variety of settings in Indiana, which was then my home. I’ve been in private practice since 1995.
In 2007 warmer weather called me to Austin, Texas. Soon after moving here I secured my license to practice in the state of Texas. My office is located at 4131 Spicewood Springs Road, Suite L-4, in Austin. You can call me at 512-716-9946.
Please contact me for more information.