The main focus of therapy will be accomplishing your goals. Common goals include managing depression, managing anxiety, stress management, time management, mending relationships, work-life balance, improving self-confidence, and health goals (e.g., smoking cessation, weight loss, increasing exercise).

Whether working with individuals, families, or couples it is of the utmost importance that the therapy experience be one that is safe, supportive and encouraging. The therapy experience is about learning to transcend our circumstances in order to find hope in the journey through life. Through therapy we discover that joy can be found even in the midst of life’s greatest challenges. Ultimately, therapy is a place where people move forward in their life, goals are achieved, individuals thrive, and relationships are restored.

We look forward to developing a comfortable and collaborative relationship with you, as we journey together to find where hope and healing collide.

Keynote speeches/workshops:

It is our mission to help people live with hope and purpose, and we want to expand this mission beyond the therapy office. We offer keynote speeches and workshops for the following topics:

  • Stress Management: Stressed is Just Desserts spelled backwards
  • Positive Leadership: Bringing out the best in others
  • Living Fully: The Come Alive Experience
  • Overcoming Adversity: Learning to Dance in the Rain
  • Adolescent Growth: Lifematics: Teaching adolescents how to effectively manage their emotions and live purpose-driven lives.
  • An Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

This list is by no means exhaustive, and if you have an idea or theme for your event, we’d love to discuss how we can meet your needs for the event.


To further expand our mission of helping people live with hope and purpose, it must go beyond just the two of us.  We’re excited to offer supervision to students and professionals who are interested in learning Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).  Supervision consists of didactic training in the ACT model, a review of audiotape sessions, in-person meetings and as-needed phone consultations.