I have been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years and have worked in a variety of settings, listed below. My motto, “Empowering clients to achieve the change they desire” is both an indication of my belief about how to help clients, and a reflection of the feedback I get from them.

My style is direct and friendly, with the goal of helping people progress toward their desired life, always in the forefront.

I will adapt my style to fit your needs, addressing your concerns in a way that helps you feel more in control of your life.


In addition to formal teaching in the classroom, I have also conducted workshops on a variety of topics, including:

  • Maintaining professionalism with Difficult People
  • Effective Parenting Skills
  • Helping children cope with divorce
  • Stress management
  • The "Sandwich Generation" (coping with grown children and aging parents)
  • Self esteem development in children

Work History

My clinical work has taken place in the following environments:

  • Community service agency
  • Psychiatric hospital
  • Community college
  • Corrections/law enforcement
  • Group private practice

In addition to my clinical experience, I have also worked as a day care provider, adjunct college professor and in corporate Human Resources. This last area encompassed positions in recruiting, management coaching, training and development, and career counseling.

Hobbies and Interests

In my spare time, I enjoy backpacking, hiking, camping and canoeing. The pictures seen here are from canoeing in the Boundary Waters and hiking in the Rocky Mountains.