Hello & Welcome

If you’re hurting:
If you’re feeling sad, depressed, anxious, scared, ashamed, mad,
please know that you’re not alone.

If you’re overwhelmed with your thoughts and life,
know that you’re in a safe, calm space with me as we connect through my website.

You might feel like you are drowning in a river of stress and emotional pain.
Or maybe like you’re treading water, but getting really, really tired.
You can find a bridge to feeling better and making the changes that are needed.
I can help you.

I help people who have suffered loss and are grieving:
Have you lost someone to death or a break-up?
Are you experiencing other kinds of losses in your life?
Are you facing decades-old grief?

I help people who are in transition:
or dealing with many kinds of difficult life challenges.
Are your circumstances challenging, confusing and you’re not sure what to do next?

I help people who are struggling with depression and can’t seem to get out of it.

I help with worry and anxiety …the kind that keeps you awake at night or preoccupies you during the day.

I help people who want healthier relationships.
It could be with your partner, child, parent, friend, co-worker, neighbor, or siblings.
You can undo dysfunctional relationship patterns you learned growing up,
so you can make different choices now.

As a psychotherapist and counselor for 30+ years, I’ve helped thousands of people feel better about themselves and improve their relationships and their lives. You can reconnect with your own deeper truths, purpose, creativity, courage, meaning. You can be peaceful and happy again.

I provide counseling in my office or by phone if you live in the state of Washington.

I also provide grief coaching over the phone if you live outside Washington state.

If this resonates with you or you have questions, please contact me: 253-572-7926 / email.

 

In this video I introduce myself to you.  At .19 I talk about the bridge
photo. I talk about one of my favorite things about being a therapist
at 1.08 and at 1.26 I begin to share 3 life experiences that have changed
me the most.  3.23 I talk about lessons  I’ve learned from death.  I
answer the question, “What brings me joy?” at 4:07 and at 4:29 I
suggest you call or email me to see if I can be of help to you.

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