People come to therapy for many different reasons. A common reason people start therapy is that some aspect of their life is not working out the way they had hoped. This can often leave people feeling unfulfilled, anxious, frustrated, or lonely. Each person comes to therapy with a personal set of needs and we can work together to make meaningful, positive change.
I believe that positive growth and change happen with a strong therapeutic relationship. Creating a warm, accepting, and non-judgmental environment helps to establish a relationship based on trust and safety. Through this relationship, clients are free to express their struggles, pains, and difficulties. I work interactively and collaboratively with clients to help them move in the direction of the life they’ve always wanted. I tend to use a variety of therapeutic techniques and evidenced-based approaches to find what will be most helpful for each client. My job is to work with each client to find new solutions and new ways to approach life’s difficulties.
- Psy.D. Clinical Psychology Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University
- B.A. Psychology University of Sioux Falls
- IPC – Psychologist
- South Central Human Relations Center – Psychologist
- University of Minnesota Duluth – Predoctoral Intern
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
ADHD Testing, ADHD Therapy, Anger Management, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar Disorders, Chronic Pain/Pain Management, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Depressive Disorders, Divorce, GLBT, Grief & Loss, HIV/AIDS Issues, Impulse Control Disorders, Integrated Medicine/Mind Body, Life Transitions, Medical Issues/Chronic Illness, Mindfulness Therapy, Neuropsychological Screenings, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Personality Disorders, Psychological Testing, Relationship Issues, Self-Esteem, Serious and Persistent Mental Illness, Sexual Dysfunction Issues, Sleep Disorders, Trichotillomania, Work/Life Balance