AT 501: Theories of Counseling, AT513: Psychopathology, AT 522: Diagnostic Appraisal & Testing
Researches and specializes in:
Existential-Humanistic Therapy, Bereavement and Grief, Ethical Non-Monogamy and Polyamory
I am an Existential-Humanistic Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and I hold a Master’s degree in Marriage, Family and Couples Therapy. I work in private practice in SE Portland. The focus of my work has been with end of life/bereavement and ethical non-monogamous families. I studied philosophy as an undergraduate at Lewis & Clark College. During this time, I studied predominantly phenomenology, existentialism and philosophy of mind. I also studied in Weimar, Germany at the Nietzsche archives in writing my thesis and earning myself Honors in Philosophy when graduating. This study of philosophy influences my work in the facilitating living the good life with authenticity.