The aim of individual therapy is to work one on one with clients in a safe, supportive, and collaborative environment. A client will have a non-judgmental environment to process beliefs, memories, emotions, and actions. The focus in individual therapy is on helping the client to increase self-awareness and self-care, while also building skills and setting personal goals.

Clinical experience includes:

  • Substance abuse
  • Mood Disorders
  • Grief and Loss
  • Spirituality
  • Intimacy
  • LGBT Issues
  • Identity and sexuality
  • Problem-solving
  • Self-Care and Coping Skills
  • Microaggression and minority stress
  • Activism and Advocacy
  • First-generation college student
  • Student issues
  • Job Loss
  • Adolescents/Teenagers
  • Foster Care and Adoption
  • Peer Relationships
  • Trauma

Note: In cases of minors, unemancipated youth under 18, therapist reserves the right to inform to parent or guardian about aspects of treatment; however, therapist will discuss all disclosure with minor client and will remain diligent about maintaining minor client’s trust and privacy. (See Adolescent Informed Consent Form)