I work with many types of clients.  Areas of special focus include: anxiety, depression, relationship issues/couples, professional development, chronic illness, and I work with folks around CBT/Mindfulness.


I believe that people have the right to be happy, but that happiness is our own responsibility. We cannot rely on spouses, family, or friends to make us happy. The first step is figuring out what we want. The next step is creating healthy relationships with the people we choose to have in our lives. I think therapy should involve giving people the tools they need to make decisions around life goals. I believe it is critical to be able to advocate for ourselves. What is more important than putting thought and effort into our own lives?


I see clients starting at age 10. I work with individuals, couples, and families. Most of my clients are high functioning, successful, educated people who have jobs and good support. They are often suffering from anxiety, depression, grief, or anger issues and find that they are having impairment in their relationships. Most of these relationship issues stem from problems with communication, and/or boundaries. Often these problems are exacerbated by phase of life changes. I believe therapy is essential for helping to manage the challenges we all face in everyday life and is a proactive way of caring for self.


The thing I love most about being a therapist is being able to have a positive impact on my clients lives. They are the ones doing the work and making the changes.

Verbalizing feelings can have a significant therapeutic effect on the brain. Therapy can help handle emotions related to stressors or problems even if they are not dramatically life-altering or traumatic. Therapy is well-known for its problem-solving techniques and provides an opportunity to look at problems in a different way. Therapy can help enhance communication and relationships. Therapy offers the unique opportunity to understand yourself better. Therapy allows us to say things we don’t feel comfortable saying to our friends and family. Therapy provides an opportunity to look at problems in a different way Therapy can be invigorating, like a good workout for the mind and soul.

Peace of Mind Therapy is designed to be unique. From the moment you walk through our doors you’ll feel that difference. We’ve designed our practice to be comfortable and unique, where clients and therapist work together to deliver the best therapy services in Madison.

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