I love problems. People come to see me because of the results of those problems: They feel stuck. They worry about the future. They can’t find work. They are angry, hurt, or let down by loved ones or life. I work with them to uncover the problems behind the problems to feel less stuck.
Why would anyone love problems? It’s the same reason people love to fix cars, write code, build decks, sell real estate, or bake. It’s my thing; it’s my calling.
I believe problems develop in threads connecting us to ourselves and the world around us. Problems can be multi-faced, multifaceted, and ever-changing pieces that converge in different ways at given points in time. The work I do helps people identify and deepen their knowledge and understanding of themselves, and to seek better and longer-lasting solutions.
I work with adults of all ages and backgrounds, and especially enjoy working with those in the middle stages of life. Unique problems can arise during this stage of personal development where the past and the future converge.