Pam is a licensed professional counselor, who views therapy as a collaborative process. The therapy process invites self-curiosity to awaken what works well while at the same time compassionately seeks to heal wounds that continue to hold pain. Therapy can help shift a deeper sense of purpose and meaning to create more room for living more authentically. Therapy can also provide a better understanding of yourself, following a path of self-discovery, looking for hope and support, or stepping more powerfully into yourself to live the life you wish to have. Pam has worked with individuals who experience anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addictions, and identity questions. Pam has worked with individuals, adolescents, children, men, women, couples, family,
groups, non-binary, trans, LGBTQ. Pam’s approach is casual and analytical, she sees the whole person and believes you know yourself better than anyone.
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