I work in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. I want to help you create a life of depth, meaning, and gratitude.

What I Do

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I enjoy working with men and masculine people in cultivating resilience, strength, purpose, and emotional intimacy in relationships.

I can support you in:

  • Transforming anxiety, depression, and shame into freedom and personal power.
  • Healing spiritual wounding or discern your direction of spiritual and personal growth.

Working With Me

If you have come to this page, you might be feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or deeply distressed. You’ve likely tried a lot of things to make your life better and yet cannot get out of patterns that cause you suffering. You may have hope that you can live the life you desire, but you might be afraid this will end up not worth the time, hope, and money.

I know that deep, profound personal change is possible through a strong, safe, trusting therapeutic relationship. If you are willing to show up as you are, I will work to earn your trust and confidence. I will provide warm, curious, nonjudgmental presence and offer my guidance to help you become calm and grounded with your distress, know yourself better, and find your path to depth, meaning, and gratitude.

In my experience, the greatest healing comes when we can befriend and listen to our distressing experiences and symptoms, as they lead us toward deeper problems that need change. My job is to help you create the inner space, calm, and connection you need to get those parts of you in conflict to start working together. Here is a deeper description of my approach to therapy.

Contact Me

For a consultation, you may contact me via email or call (206) 719-9339.

Here is more information on payment and scheduling.

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Image of a silhouette standing beneath the Milky Way. The landscape seems to form a bowl around them.
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