I am experienced in counseling for grief, LGBT issues, serious illness, depression and anxiety. I also bring over 55 years of highly varied life experience, including hospice work, serving as a home health aide, delivering papers, downloading satellite telemetry, writing legal arguments, baking bread, selling books, and teaching college German. I have experienced a lot in my lifetime, including coming out as gay, and as a result can relate to all kinds of problems and experiences.
Therapy is first and foremost a relationship. I serve as a mirror in which you can see your situation and yourself from a new angle, in a new light. Because of my focus beneath the surface you may see aspects of yourself and your world you have never seen before. You can come away with a profound understanding of yourself within your real life: the way you make choices, your automatic responses, and the ways you get lost and find your way back.