Dylan is earning his Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master’s degree at Idaho State University.
Mental Health Counselor in Boise, ID
Supervised by April Watts
For many, there is a general discomfort with openly acknowledging our feelings on sex, sexuality and sexual desires, within ourselves, let alone our intimate partners. I provide a safe, judgement-free environment within which clients can be vulnerable and honest with themselves in effort to become more comfortable with their own sense of sex and sexuality in hopes of gaining more balance within their lives.
Modern (western) society has a warped view of love and romance that convinces most of us from an early age that codependency is synonymous with "love" leading to years - sometimes entire lifetimes - of anxiety, confusion, jealousy and emotional angst. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space within which clients vulnerably explore the discomforts that come with the recognition of the effects of codependency within their lives.
I have personal experience with Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol Dependence, I have over 13 years of experience working with others struggling to identify their own personal relationship with alcohol and drug abuse. I provide an open, honest, judgement-free environment in order for clients to explore their own sense of dependence and abuse and help provide guidance and support for adopting a new attitude of moderation or abstinence, whatever fits the client's needs.
We all experience grief and loss throughout our lives. The way our minds and our bodies respond are unique and individual to each of us alone; there is no prescription for handling grief, no algorithm to direct us through loss. I meet every client wherever they are - emotionally, spiritually - to ensure a safe, supportive and loving environment as we walk together through this period in the clients' lives.