I like to ask questions that most of us choose not to entertain. Questions that surface when life no longer makes sense. When the way we saw life and the solutions we have used in the past have ceased to be effective, I desire to walk beside you.
You were meant to heal. When we are in the thick of it, it doesn’t feel possible. It is a journey and it is possible. We are meant to adapt and change, but we don’t have to do it alone.
I’m not here to teach you how to think or to save you. I’m here to provide a safe therapeutic environment where you may share your pain without shame or fear of judgment. We can begin to sort through the aspects of life that trouble you.
Whether you are someone who desires change, are in need of processing grief, trying to make sense of the chaos around and inside of you, or just trying to learn better skills to get through your week, I can help. I know what it’s like to ask questions that nobody has answers for, to feel as though there is no way out of the isolation and dysfunction. Life can leave us feeling stuck and sorely misunderstood.
Together, we can sit with your pain, fear, and anger, and move into a new place of hope, even in all of our humanness. I’m a pretty philosophical guy, and I know the importance of practical skills and logistical tools.
I have a broad view of life and am bilingual in both English and French. My approach to therapy is humanistic with an existentialist bent. I am a musician and combine music and writing in many of my sessions when it’s appropriate.
If you’d like, we can take our sessions outside. Hiking or an easy walk can ease the tension of sitting in a room with a stranger. My primary goal is to assist you in accessing your raw, unfiltered authentic Self.
As a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate in Colorado, I work with a broad range of individuals and couples. I specialize in trauma, grief, addiction, and all the transitions that come with being human.
Reach out today. I’m here to help. Let’s journey together into a powerful change.