I believe all people are created with dignity. Our dignity is often damaged, broken, and forgotten because of hurtful relationships, distorted thoughts, poor choices (ours or someone else’s), chemical imbalance, and loss. I often tell people that going to therapy is never someone’s “plan A” in life. However, when these experiences and feelings become too heavy to bear the weight of alone, therapy is a wonderful “plan B”. Through a safe, therapeutic relationship, I help clients achieve wholeness in their hearts, minds, bodies, and relationships. Together we learn to listen without judgement, discern unhealthy patterns, take risks to try new ways of thinking and behaving, and discuss healthy coping strategies so clients achieve health and healing.