I provide psychiatric evaluations, medication management and psychotherapy for adults. Appointments include a diagnostic evaluation, medication management, psycho-education and therapy. Once an established patient, other options for care include in home evaluations, remote sessions and after hour appointments for the working professional. I limit the number of patients I see, to allow for greater flexibility and access.
My approach centers around the whole person. I strive to be practical, thoughtful, while practicing evidence based medicine. My goal is to allow one to be optimally positioned to focus on the psychological and environmental underpinnings of distress. I provide a professional, personalized, private, treatment experience that involves both medication and therapy. My goals of treatment are to be responsive, thoughtful and provide education about disorders and treatment. My prescribing practices include limiting the use of controlled substances
I am originally from the Midwest, graduating from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in 2014. I completed my residency at the University of Utah, where I served as a chief resident. My work has included consult and liaison psychiatry, inpatient psychiatry, psychiatric emergency rooms, as well as outpatient treatment.
I have training in focused therapy for anxiety, OCD and depression. My therapy approach is existential in basis, utilizing CBT principles, integrating mindfulness practices.
Depression presents in many forms with biologic and environmental causes. I will work with you to help resolve heart and mind incongruencies, while working to change behaviors that exacerbate negative mood states.
Trauma influences our current experiences in both conscience and sub conscience ways. Emotions that are repressed are often expressed in dramatic ways. By working together to identify protective and destructive traits, we can begin to develop a strong foundation from which to rebuild your life.
Anxiety and OCD can be debilitating, an endless feedback loop of physical and mental acts that leaves one feeling frustrated and frozen. Using CBT principles we can work together to decrease your distress and improve your functioning.
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