My goal as a therapist is to be an individual where you can feel safe and talk without fear of judgment. Life is a journey with obstacles thrown at us at any moment. If you are struggling to maintain or achieve a quality of life due to emotional and/or mental distress, I’d like to join you in identifying your concern(s)/issue(s), collaborate with you to learn and implement positive life changes, to learn and/or strengthen skills that enable you to face present and future challenges, and to ultimately work together towards a life where you feel safe, healthy, and positive. I don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to therapy. I believe that we are unique/different, that we can be faced with the same or similar situations, issues, concerns in life, but experience them differently. I believe that a genuine and honest relationship can be established, by being as objective, neutral, understanding, observant, and honest as I can be. I feel that my role as a therapist is not to be a teacher who instructs what is “right” or “wrong”, what you “should” or “could”, but rather someone willing to listen, brainstorm, challenge, and learn together.