Who do you work with?

Counselors work in different settings and focus on different specialties. Here are justĀ a few examples: some counselors work in agencies with a specific focus such as domestic violence, couples and families, depression, addiction, grief and loss, etc.; some work in Read More →

Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, and OTJ Injuries

“I hurt my back (neck, leg, arm, etc.)…what does counseling have to do with it?” Following an injury, you may struggle with chronic pain, worry about paying the bills, stress over returning to work or not being able to continue Read More →

Amazing Results with EMDR

I am pleased to report the amazing results I am getting with clients using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy in my practice. In February 2012 I completed basic EMDR training through an EMDRIA-approved training facility. Immediately following this Read More →

Counseling Demystified

Many people have a good understanding of what counseling is and what they can expect from a counselor. However, I still encounter skeptics on a regular basis, people who discount counseling as something designed for “crazy” people. Most of them Read More →

What is Counseling?

Counseling offers an opportunity to gain another perspective of yourself in relationĀ to others, to identify patterns of thinking, to alleviate anxiety, depression, and mood concerns, and to express your true thoughts and feelings. Counseling provides a safe place to address Read More →


As our troops return home from Iraq and Afghanistan, mental health issues such as Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are receiving more attention. Common symptoms of PTSD (re-experiencing, hyperarousal, and numbing and avoidance) in soldiers include the avoidance of Fourth of Read More →