Helping the Helper


What if you had access to a therapist that first, completely understood your profession and secondly, understood how to help you with your relationships?  This could potentially change your life. It could restore the passion for the work you do and restore the passion you once had in your relationships. I have been in practice for 18 years. I have been able to interact with all sorts of helping professionals. I have found that we professionals struggle as well with life challenges. We don't have to be perfect and that's completely okay. Here is what I can offer you.



As a helping professional privacy is important. This means that we will meet where you feel most comfortable. We can meet at your office, my office, your home or another place of your choosing. 

Weekly sessions

Sometimes I plan sessions on a bimonthly basis. Because you are a helping professional and your time is important we will plan to maximize meetings so you can get the help you need as well as complete therapy in a timely manner.

Priority Email Reply
You may consult with me via email at any time during the week. Because I am able to receive emails on both my computer and smart phone, email response is usually quick. If I am in session when you email, I will respond when I am able.

Priority Text Message Response
You may consult with me via text message at any time during the week. If I am in session when you text, I will respond when I am able.

Why you may want to connect with me


You want to have access to me whenever you feel the need.


You value your emotional health and the benefits of reducing the effects of burnout, compassion fatigue and difficult relationship and want to create positive relationships in your life.



You don't want to be labeled with a psychiatric diagnosis.


You want the convenience of meeting at a location of your choosing.


You want your personal history to remain confidential. I can control my own files and records, but I can't control what happens at an insurance company.


You want the power to choose your own therapist instead of being limited to a list of names on an insurance company's list