Regardless of our perceived differences and worldviews, we all share a human experience.
Rather than asking, “What is wrong with me?,” let’s explore what is happening to or around you that is creating barriers to happier and healthier living.
Theoretical Orientation * Person-Centered * Motivational Interviewing * Family Systems
I believe every person is their own expert. Utilizing a person-centered approach allows me to individualize each counseling relationship in order to fit the needs and goals of that particular person. Identifying and maximizing personal strengths combined with healthy support systems can help us manage even the toughest life challenges.
Areas of Interest
Child/Adolescent Trauma (Includes abuse and neglect) – Life Adjustment Issues – GLBT Populations – Persons with Intellectual/Cognitive/Neurodevelopmental Challenges – Self Injury –Behavioral and Emotional Challenges – Depression – Anxiety – Autism Spectrum Disorder – Suicidal Ideation – Family Distress/Communication Concerns
Master of Science Degree – Winona State University 2015
Bachelor of Science Degree – University of La Crosse 2004