Counseling Philosophy


Empowering people to become fully actualized is the basis of my counseling philosophy. By using a cognitive behavioral approach, I assist clients in discovering their fullest potential. Learning how to cope with life’s challenges in healthy ways and move forward to find happiness and contentment at home and work is the goal of the counseling relationship.


"Your living is determined not so much by what life brings to you as by the attitude you bring to life; not so much by what happens to you as by the way your mind looks at what happens."

— Khalil Gibran


Clinical Counseling

Virtual or in office

  • Individual: Struggling with a challenging relationship?
  • Anxiety: How can I find coping skills?
  • Depression: Why can't I heal this alone?
  • Adolescents: Why is life so tough?
  • Groups: Does anyone else feel the same way as I feel?
  • Eating Disorders: Does my child or I have an eating disorder?
  • Sexual Identity: Why do I feel so different?

Career Coaching/ Executive Coaching

Virtual or in office

  • Career Coaching: What do I want to do when I grow up?
  • Job Search Skills: How do I even begin a search after all these years?
  • Interview Skills: What am I supposed to say/not say during the interview?
  • Executive Coaching: How do I progress in my career?
  • Executive Presence: Can I improve my presentation skills and appearance?
  • Leadership Development: How can I improve and motivate my employees?
  • Assessments: What are my strengths, skills, competencies?