I am the co-founder and psychotherapist here at Insight Therapeutic Services (ITS). I graduated from the University of Utah and I have provided treatment to people experiencing a wide variety of concerns; from acute psychosis and addiction, to complex trauma and relationship crises. I am a member of the LGBTQ-Affirmative Psychotherapy Guild of Utah and the Existential-Humanistic Institute. In addition to providing psychotherapy, I facilitate group workshops and engage in public speaking. For more details on that, check out my Workshops & Public Speaking page.
In my work with people, I focus on what is called existential/humanistic psychotherapy. It’s a mouthful to say, but essentially means that I spend time not only addressing psychological issues, but focusing on your relationship to the parts of life that you can not change but which cause deep distress. Depending on what ails you, this may mean building psychological resilience, learning to approach yourself with compassion, developing a deeper sense of identity, or cultivating a more meaningful life. Meanwhile, in my work with couples/families, I focus on not only teaching effective communication and conflict resolution, but on broadening and deepening interpersonal connections.