If life brought you here, perhaps you’re looking for answers. We all could use some support from time to time.

Perhaps you’ve grown weary of being told that your experiences are a result of faulty biochemistry, or “irrational thinking.”

As a clinical psychologist with more than a decade of experience in studying the human mind, I’ve come to find that – while our biology is important – very rarely does it truly define our experience on earth.

The human mind is simply more complicated than that.

I believe that when we feel depressed, it’s often information that something in our lives isn’t working. We’ve gone off course, or lost ourselves. Our attention is needed.

I also believe in something we call a “self-actualizing tendency” – that we were all put on this earth to explore what we’re capable of and to become our best selves.

Sometimes we just need a little help along the way.

If you’d like to learn more about what it’s like to work with me as a therapist or a coach, you can do so by clicking here. If you’re a life coach and you’ve stumbled upon an impasse in your work with a client, click here to see how I can help you to move past that block.

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April 14, 2014

Knowing when to turn off the news

Whether we like it or not we live in a time where watching the news appears to be an exercise in anxiety and depression. Regardless of whether it’s local, international, cable, or evening – its producers rarely have something uplifting   read more…

March 31, 2014

Transforming Impasses: What’s really happening when your clients get stuck

One of the primary benefits of being a coach, from my vantage point, is having a particular area of expertise – an issue or a challenge that you become really adept at working with. Tools are amassed, strategies develop, and   read more…