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It is my life’s joy to hear each individual’s story of resiliency and redemption. I find it an honor and a privilege to be a small part of their journey. I specifically enjoy working with young adults struggling with meaning and purpose, as well as married couples and older adults seeking counseling. Prior to studying psychology, I also studied theology, music, and received a master’s in counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary. I enjoy spending time with my lovely wife, my family and friends. I also love sports and had the opportunity to play collegiate football for Wheaton College. Being from Wisconsin, I am an avid Packers, Brewers and Milwaukee Bucks fan.

I seek to use my training to glorify God and serve Him with the gifts He has given me. Through both the psychodynamic and logotherapy lenses, I aim to be a listening and empathetic ear to all who are hurting. That said, I am happy to work with individuals with differing beliefs or no religious affiliation. My calling is to care for the grieving, the depressed, and the struggling, and to help them find peace with others and themselves, relief from pain, and hope for a better day.