Family Educator and Therapist
Nobody needs to walk the road alone
Though in years past the primary complaint for people coming to therapy was often feelings of depression, anxiety related issues have now become the primary complaint in many therapy offices. A medical definition for anxiety is a “state of uneasiness, apprehension, fear, and/or worry.” Some of us experience mild anxiety that we still want to get help with, while others experience intense anxiety disorders such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, or even panic attacks.
Like many of the issues David works with, he tries utilize both clinical science and creativity in order to combat the effects of anxiety. Often through the lens of story and metaphor, David tries to focus on practical solutions while addressing underlying themes in order to effectively work towards finding relief for an individual. In treating anxiety, as with other issues, David has been trained in narrative therapy, solution focused brief therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and even some depth models such as Jungian analysis. If you are in need of help with anxiety, David might be the right fit for what you need.