Twenty-Somethings Counseling


Dream big. Don’t see life any other way. Don’t give up on your childhood dreams or work just as a means to an end. Find your passion, chase down your dreams and don’t for a second think that any part of it is impossible.


Are you struggling to navigate the changes and challenges that come with being an adult?

The transition into college or out on your own can be an overwhelming, confusing and even frightening experience. Change is hard for almost everyone. And while the major life transition into adulthood comes with an abundance of new opportunities, it also comes with new responsibilities, challenges and expectations

The best and worst part about being twenty-something is that every decision you make will affect the rest of your life.  Our 20s are the defining decade of adulthood.  This is the time to explore what makes you happy and who you are. This is the time to try working in a field that you are curious about, try dating someone who is different from the last, and try conducting yourself a little bit differently while you’re at it.  Your 20s are the best chance for experimenting with jobs, relationships, philosophies and preferences.

If you are a twenty-something who is feeling overwhelmed by new life circumstances and experiencing heightened stress and anxiety, I can help provide insight, guidance and relief.  I am passionate about helping you make the most of your 20s.  We will work together to evaluate life decisions and opportunities, helping you become more intentional and informed each step of the way.

Twenty-somethings commonly seek therapy because they are:

  • Feeling pressured to figure out what to do with the rest of their lives
  • Struggling in school and frustrated with their internship
  • Trying to find a job without much success
  • Having difficulty meeting and connecting with new friends
  • Struggling with romantic relationships or questioning sexual identity

If you would like to contact me, or have any questions regarding my
services, please feel free to email me at
or call (414) 333-9969.