For individuals, couples, & families

We occasionally feel stuck or out of control, and need guidance to navigate the rocks and rapids that show up in our lives. Taking time to look more deeply, to get a fresh perspective, and feel supported on the journey makes a profound difference in how we overcome these changes and challenges.


Together we create a collaborative therapeutic relationship where each client has the opportunity to explore their true self, reflect on possibilities, and gain insight that leads to action.


We work holistically – mind, body, and spirit – looking at mental health as one point on the spectrum of well-being, and how that intersects with other aspects of building a whole and fulfilling life.


Please contact me to schedule a free 30 minute consultation..


Participant-centered experiential training and facilitation

Community training and facilitation delivering nationally recognized, evidence-based, best practice curricula with fidelity. Programs include parenting, prevention, and mental health.


Caregiving in the time of COVID-19, Vicarious Trauma, Compassionate Caregiving, and Property Maintenance for Program Managers are trainings specifically designed for caregivers and can be delivered on-line as well as in-person.


Strengthening Families (10-14yrs) is an evidence-based family skills training program found to significantly improve parenting skills and family relationships, reduce problem behaviors, delinquency and alcohol and drug abuse in children and to improve social competencies and school performance.


Guiding Good Choices is a research-based workshop that brings parents together to learn and practice skills for improving communication and building stronger bonds with their teens.


Mental Health First Aid  is an eight-hour course that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health concerns in youth and adults. The course uses role-playing and simulations to demonstrate how to assess a mental health crisis; select interventions and provide initial help; and connect persons to professional, peer and social supports as well as self-help resources.



Targeted feedback for effective case management

Oversight for case managers working with youth in the foster care system, helping them develop a deeper understanding of their clients’ behavioral health issues, and design treatment plans to deliver services more effectively.


I offer consulting and review for many different projects in the behavioral health and prevention fields. Please contact me directly to discuss what you are looking for and how we can work together to give the support you need.


Exploration, accountability, and connection

In generations past, we’d spend our time with elders, witnessing first-hand how “men” moved through the world. Today, there are so many different expectations of us as brothers, fathers, friends, and partners. It’s a struggle to stay true to yourself while negotiating a culture with a narrow definition of masculinity; one that encourages us to disconnect from our emotions, devalue authentic friendships, objectify and degrade women, and resolve conflicts through violence.
A contemporary men’s group is a powerful way to reconnect to the tradition of “sitting in circle” with other men. While historically those journeys were mostly in the external world, modern mens’ groups allow us to use structure and regular practice to go on inner journeys together.
I have a deep passion for men’s work. I lead groups as a way for us to explore our deeper selves through community, connection, and accountability—a chance to examine our individual expressions of masculinity and the issues that matter most to us.
Joining an organized men’s group is one of the most powerful investments in yourself you can make. I invite you in and look forward to meeting you.

Contact me via phone/email to sign up

Feb 6-Apr 10 | 7:30pm – 9:00pm | West Seattle
Each group runs for 9 weeks

Limited to 10 participants per group

40min individual consultation prior to starting

Three payments of $150