Oftentimes, our histories, circumstances, environments, and relationships lead to feelings of distress. Coupled with life’s general demands, it's no surprise that you may experience feelings of depression, anxiety, sadness, frustration, anger, and associated with this. But when we feel overwhelmed, it’s not because we are deficient but because our life demands have exceeded our resources. Rather than being “weak”, you merely lack the tools, perspective, or resources to cope. I focus on the ways mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects intersect and effect client experiences. My approach draws on many theoretical orientations and techniques with the ultimate goal of creating a validating, safe space where clients feel capable and empowered to make positive change. I believe clients are doing the best they can with the resources at their disposal. I’m here to help you draw on your strengths and identify your current resources while developing new strategies.