Adam is a down-to-earth optimist who believes that positive change is always possible, even in difficult circumstances. Therapy is the process of identifying and actualizing positive change. Adam wants to nonjudgmentally explore your whole self, even the difficult to share parts. Through this exploration, he hopes to help you find deeper understanding of your authentic self. We are constantly told what we should want out of life, what we should be doing, how we should show up in the world. Adam wants to foster your bravery and agency to ignore the shoulds and define your own path.
Adam approaches therapy with a client centered mindset. He believes that it is important to get in touch with all our parts and to learn how to observe ourselves with curiosity and compassion. Adam uses IFS, psychodynamic, and Adlerian approaches with his clients.
Adam graduated from Adler Graduate School with an MA in Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He is working under the supervision of Erica Johnson, MA, LPCC, while he pursues his licensure as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor.