If you're reading this, you might be:
Struggling with difficult experiences like anxiety,
depression, anger, self-doubt, or grief.
Stressed and drained by the demands of life.
Stuck in painful cycles in relationships.
Maybe you're wondering if it's possble to feel better, and whether talking to someone in a non-judgmental, confidential space might help.
I know from my own healing journey, and from my work with clients, that while reaching out for support isn't always easy, it's often worth it.
I bring to my work confidence in people's ability to grow, learn, and heal in meaningful ways. As a therapist, I'm down-to-earth, and respectful towards each person's unique gifts and challenges.
I work with young adults and adults, men, women and couples. I specialize in working with men.
My counseling and psychotherapy practice in Middlebury is a relational, practical, and healing approach to helping people feel better and more whole. I offer sensitivity to the subtle, creative and mysterious unfolding of each person's deeper journey as a human being.
Because the natural world is a powerful support and guide for many people, I sometimes meet with clients outdoors, either walking or sitting in a place where the more-than-human world can support your inner journey.
Please explore my website to learn more about my background and my approach to therapy. I hope you'll check out the free resources section where there are lots of links to articles, guided mediations, and other tools and inspiration to help you along your way.
So much of what can be helpful in therapy relies on having a solid connection with your therapist. As you look for a therapist, I encourage you to meet with anyone you're considering, and to listen to your gut for a clear sense of comfort with and confidence in whomever you choose.