I often take a solution-focused approach, which is less concerned about what brought you to this point in your life, and more focused on finding ways to create the life you want.
Together we will explore:
how you can feel more connected to the world around you. Too often, folks feel like they lack connections to friends, romantic partners, or the larger community in which they live. This feeling of disconnection can feel like depression or anxiety.
I specialize in working with people who:
aren't sure where their path in life is taking them, and feel alone on that path. These young men start to feel lonely, and directionless, so they don't know who to turn to for help. And it makes them feel powerless to have to ask for help.
I became a therapist because:
I found that people feel at ease talking to me, and my parents always taught that anyone I encounter is my neighbor, and I should love my neighbors.
Something that stands out about where I offer therapy is:
My office is warm and comfortable, like a living room. It's a place where people feel safe and at ease. This makes it easier to talk.
When I’m not at work, I like to:
go to movies, watch "The Walking Dead," go to the gym or for a run in Memorial Park, sing in the choir at my church, or hang out with friends.
More about me:
I've been working with young men, gay and straight, for a while now, and you can't shock me, or make me uncomfortable with any subject matter.