Counseling


I consider this work in a few categories:

Therapy is like the Psalms- an honest, cathartic process of voicing hopes and fears.

Therapy is like confession- We confess truth, we confess what is good, we confess what is broken. It is the act of truth telling.

Therapy is like learning to love- it is coming into relationship with estranged parts of yourself, with others, with God.

It is my role to facilitate this process and walk with you in this journey.


Philosophy:
My philosophy for therapy is rooted deep in my belief in the gospel; that there is no death too desperate that Christ can’t resurrect it. I find my theoretical roots in relational psychoanalysis, object relations psychology and attachment theory.

Areas of Focus: Sexual addiction, other addictions (i.e. process, chemical, etc), relational issues, trauma, abuse (i.e. sexual, physical, emotional, spiritual), anxiety, depression, manhood and masculinity.