Community-Based Therapy Services
I feel that the most important aspect in therapy is the relationship formed between the therapist and the client. I meet my clients where they are at; offering a safe space for them to feel vulnerable and to explore their feelings. I am also a firm believer that therapy should not solely focus on a client’s presenting problems. As a clinician, I highlight my clients’ strengths and their resilience as I support and guide them in working towards and achieving their goals.
I have had the opportunity to work in a day treatment room with kids on the autism spectrum. This experience has given me the strength of patience as well as the ability to care for individuals with differing abilities. Because of this work, I am better able to understand how to work with individuals who are different from me.
The therapy techniques I tend to lean towards include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), solution focused therapy, and a client centered approach.
To expand and improve our care options for clients, ACP offers Telehealth (phone or video) appointments. Telehealth uses phone or video conferencing to connect you with highly qualified and experienced providers in real-time from the comfort and convenience of your own home or office. Before your telehealth appointment, you will receive details for how you will connect with your provider. If you will be connecting via phone, the provider will plan to call you at your scheduled appointment time. Please be ready to take the call and also check that your phone allows calls from blocked numbers (accessible within your phone settings). If you will be connecting via video conference, your provider will email you an invite to join the appointment. Please call our office to learn more about ACP’s telehealth services and to schedule an appointment.
Areas of Specialty
- Coming soon
Licensures / Titles
- Mental Health Practitioner
- Bachelor of Science, Psychology (BS) – University of North Dakota