What is Important?

Linda feels that the connection between the therapist and the client is of the utmost importance.

“Good work can happen only when the client feels emotionally safe.”

She has been an Intensive Care Nurse for over 30 years, and a therapist, for over 15 years.

She appreciates how tenuous relationships can be at times. She understands the stressors of everyday life,

and how those stressors affect you and your relationship with others.

She believes that we are all in this world together, and what we think and feel impacts our interactions with others on a daily basis.

She believes that by offering a little bit of insight, and teaching ways to shift a person’s negative ways of thinking,

she can help make a positive difference in your life and in the lives of people around you.

There is an abundance of therapists who all have uniquely different approaches to helping and coaching someone through difficult times.

She suggests that you ask to meet with each therapist you are considering before you choose.

“To have knowledge is to have more certainty in what was once the complete unknown.”

She has been helping Military families since 2009, and has done extensive work with children, women, and families affected by violence.