Deaf and hard-of-hearing people experience unique challenges that are rarely addressed with their families or in the workplace. Thirty years of experience and fluency in ASL allows me to offer support to individuals with hearing loss. Families can be inspired to make small adjustments that aid in communication and understanding and improve their relationships with one another. An understanding of Deaf culture adds a meaningful layer to humanistic counseling and therapy. Bridging this culture and language gap for families and loved ones can be life-altering. It is a true honor and a source of personal pride to successfully open doors to connection for people whose lives are affected by hearing loss.
I have supported Deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals as they process their experiences, assisted with self-advocacy and helped navigate organizations and systems. They have brought in their husbands, wives, children and parents (oh, and cousins! and grandparents!) to address conflict, gain insight and explore situations about which they desire a deeper understanding or better resolution. People with hearing loss can have additional challenges such as physical or intellectual, mood or other mental health disorders, or substance use or addiction. My hope is for you all to experience therapy as a safe, confidential and comfortable place to explore any and all areas of concern.
Please visit the Credentials page to learn more about my experience with individuals who are Deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Services in English and American Sign Language
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