The relationship between the therapist and client, irrespective of therapeutic affiliation, has repeatedly been shown to be the most effective and powerful measure of a successful therapeutic outcome. I work to ensure that it is one of strength, support, growth, and potential. I understand that each session, situation, and client are unique; my clinical approach is based on your individual needs, strengths, and circumstances. I allow for a broad view of human behavior, examining conscious and unconscious drives and motivations. I am a strengths-oriented clinician, and I encourage balancing respect for my clients’ past experiences with resiliency and hope for the future. My theoretical orientation contains multiple “lenses” from which I draw, including the models listed.