Sean specializes in working with adult individuals, children, and couples. He offers counseling for individuals, couples, children,
adolescents, and families facing issues of depression, anxiety, relationships, life transitions, self-esteem, personal growth, motivation,
and family dynamics. Sean has worked extensively with individuals with intellectual disabilities and their family members, specifically
during crisis situations.
My Background and Approach
Sean also previously worked as an MFT intern at a K-8 Catholic school in San Francisco for three years
through the USF Center for Child and Family Development's School-Based Program. Prior to pursuing his Masters, Sean received his
Bachelors in Psychology from Sonoma State University.