I believe that therapy is not something you do to someone rather something you do with someone. Any one person will encounter times in their life when they feel stuck or trapped. Friends can offer some help but often the friendship itself disallows you from receiving the appropriate help, challenge and insight needed to make the appropriate changes or adjustments.
My work centers on marriages in crisis, the effects of affairs, the damage of pornography addictions, the hopelessness of mood disorders (depression, anxiety, etc.), the frustration of inappropriate anger and the paralysis caused by low self-acceptance. Equipped with an honors degree in clinical psychology and certified as a pastoral counselor, I help my clients from not only a clinical perspective but from a spiritual one as well.
Involvement with our Mood Disorder Program, author of a manual on marriage, and currently writing a book on marriage, are just some of the extracurricular activities I am involved with. Married with five children, I also have the experiential understanding that furthers my ability to help you or your marriage get back on track.