Pastoral psychotherapists address the struggles of emotional and spiritual distress. The heart of the Center gives a safe space for renewed hopes and the alleviation of suffering. The human heart and mind have faced challenges for thousands of years. Yet today, what is different is the way mental health care is discussed, delivered and deciphered. As a pastoral psychotherapist, I continue to utilize the wisdom of the past approaches and move forward into the present.
Where is the future taking us? As in the spirit of this relational work, who knows? Where is our power of self-reflection and change going? Some want the motivation of goals and quick interventions. Others want to be heard and others are ready to venture into the journey of understanding one's own mind. I am here to begin with respect and clarification of your own personal values, convictions and experiences. As seeing through the scopes of a pair binocular, this work brings together the lenses of two disciplines: psychology and theology. My services are for a large vision of people who are culturally diverse and who desire dialogue, change and relief. I am trained to work with children, adults, couples and families who are seeking to enhance self-worth, a sense of meaning, purpose and value. Consultations are also available to individuals, groups, clergy and congregations of any tradition, and corporations.