Life happens. Things get in the way of where we want to be and we can be overwhelmed before you know it. The good news is, you don’t have to navigate getting back on your path by yourself. Even if you are not struggling and you feel stagnant with yourself or relationships with your spouse, family members or even close friends, a counselor can help enrich those relationships.
I received my Masters degree in Counseling from Colorado Christian University in 2014. I started my career in mental health at Douglas County Jail. There I would work with clients with disorders from depression and anxiety to clients with disorders such as schizophrenia. Additionally, I would work with clients with many types of addiction.
No happiness equals the joy of finding a heart that understands. (Victor Robinson) I provide support to parents who’s children are having issues with anxiety, depression and/or behavioral issues. I work with adults with relationship issues (e.g. couples counseling, marriage and/or divorce). My passion is to help strengthen individuals and families to enjoy life to its fullest.
I help adults and children with depression and anxiety. I use (CBT) Cognitive Behavior Therapy that is an evidence-based practice. I am an advocate for children and have helped family’s adjust to new situations through various losses, such as divorce. I use various assessments to identify couples strengths and areas that need growth.
Sherry is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She is married to her husband Jeff and has three grown children.
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Reaching out to others can be uncomfortable. It is important to have a warm, safe place to discuss your personal issues; a place where you can let your guard down and be accepted. Regardless of your age, stage of life, or the situation, your pain is real and can impact your life in many different ways. When faced with difficulties in your personal or work relationships, struggles with parenting, or any life transition, I believe that healthy and positive growth can result from a compassionate therapeutic relationship.
As a parent, I can attest to the challenges we face. Being creative and “discovering what works” with each child is imperative to their growth and development. Finding ways to enhance this relationship can help reduce the parenting struggles that often occur due to differences in personality and communication patterns.
I believe that everyone is unique and personality styles impact relationships in different ways. Gaining insight about your personal style, particularly related to how you interact with others, can facilitate self-understanding, empathy, and can lead to improved conflict management and communication in relationships.