Realizing that you aren’t where you want to be is scary. For many of us, continuing along without changing is likely to result in developing meaningless habits: ruminating, alcohol/substance abuse, unhealthy hookups, too much time with technology, ignoring your work/relationships, etc. Was there a point in your life where you did feel alive, connected and motivated? Or, do you feel that this has eluded you? This is the thing--we can have a picture-perfect life, an incredible resume, a fabulous apartment/home and still feel that lack. We can work more, push more to the point of self-sabotage, anxiety and depression.
My training as a therapist as well as my 11 years in corporate settings provides my clients the chance to express and implement their goals to create more meaningful lives. I've been helping people in my practice for over 15 years. I continue to feel excited about the solid results that good therapy can deliver. To be heard and understood is priceless.
I am a relatable guy. I don't judge. I'm easy to get along with. My clients respond well to me ( I think it's the Midwestern in me). My desire is to provide a warm, caring and respectful and safe environment in order for you share your challenges, your pain, your desires. We will work together. We can't do this alone. I'll be your partner along the way.