Ph.D., HSP; Licensed Counseling Psychologist
Stephanie began working in the field over 20 years ago. She sees older adolescents-middle age adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, relationship problems, and phase-of-life concerns. Occasionally offering group therapy, and enjoy supervising individuals in the process of becoming licensed psychologists.
She views her role as one in which she accompanies clients on their journey of change. Its an honor to join them at this stop along their life’s path. Stephanie views the work that we do as a realignment; her hope is to send them back on their way as happier, healthier versions of themselves. Setting goals with her clients at the beginning of our work together, so they’re on the same page about what they want to accomplish. When clients request coordination of treatment, she is happy to collaborate with other providers who are working with them.
Stephanie is humanistic in her relationship with her clients, but also eclectic in the approaches used in their treatment. Tailoring the work to each client individually, choosing the therapeutic modality that proves most effective in addressing their specific concerns. Among others, the treatment approaches she most commonly includes are cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, developmental, family systems, narrative, and existential.