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“Never let go of hope. One day you will see that it all has finally come together. What you have always wished for has finally come to be. You will look back and laugh at what has passed and you will ask yourself... 'How did I get through all of that?” -Author Unknown
Education and Professional Associations– Masters of Counseling from University of Colorado. Member of American Counseling Association, National Certified Counselor and Association for Play therapy.
I provide individual and family therapy to children and adults in a compassionate respectful environment. I love meeting my clients where they are at from playing with children to engaging with teens and connecting with adults.
My approach to therapy is relationship based. As a therapist, I believe that my client no matter what their age knows what they need better than I do. It is my job to earn the right to walk alongside my clients on their journey. I utilize evidenced based practices in play therapy, cognitive behavior therapy and EMDR.
I have had the opportunity to work with my clients as they have gained insights and faced feelings such as hopelessness and fear head on as they have taken control of their lives. Parents I have worked with have gained confidence as they have practiced new skills and watched their children's behaviors improve.
I look forward to the opportunity to serve my clients and meet new people.
Professional Training Philosophy- I continually strive to educate myself on the most current techniques and practices to assist my clients in their personal journey by attending workshops and courses relevant to client needs.
EMDR– Training received in Colorado under John Hartung-Approved EMDR trainer with the EMDR Institute fulfilling ENDRIA and ENDR institute requirements for EMDR Basic Training. For more information on EMDR click the link
Play Therapy– The positive relationship that develops between therapist and child during play therapy sessions can provide a corrective emotional experience necessary for healing (Moustakas, 1997). Play therapy may also be used to promote cognitive development and provide insight about and resolution of inner conflicts or dysfunctional thinking in the child (O'Connor & Schaefer, 1983; Reddy, Files-Hall & Schaefer, 2005). To learn more about play therapy and watch videos about play therapy click the link..