Collaborative Approach

30 years at ACP!

I offer a results-oriented, collaborative approach. I’ll explain everything and answer your questions along the way. My intention is to support you in making decisions and taking action that puts you on a path of better functioning and calmer emotions.

I often use hypnosis in my work. It has the potential of accelerating our work, and focusing the skill-building that you likely want to do. You’ll notice that I said ‘often’ – not always. While hypnosis is a versatile tool, it might not fit every situation. Likewise, not everyone is open to the experience of hypnosis. That’s okay! As they say: There’s more than one way to cook an egg. And, certainly, there are many other ideas and strategies we can use to advance personal growth.


What’s getting in the way of you making the changes you want for your life?

Chances are you’ve been wanting to change something in your life. Something that is causing you to suffer, to be in pain, to feel defeated.

Let’s figure out what those roadblocks are – and what it will take to clear the pathway for you.

This is not an easy process! So many elements to consider:

Who should I see?

What will therapy be like?

Will all this effort pay off?


Looking for information about how hypnosis can advance progress in psychotherapy, help you with changing a habit, or to get better control over chronic pain? I’d love to be of service to you! Please call my office to talk it over, or to book a time for an initial appointment. You and I will begin to get acquainted, to understand the unique features of your situation, and to plot a course of action.

Hypnosis is a tremendously adaptable tool. We can approach problems of trauma, anxiety, and depression. Phobias can be managed better – some people feel that phobias ‘go away’, while others will find them present but less disruptive.

Here, you’ll find information from the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

Perhaps you’ve been told that you’ll have to “live with” the chronic pain that has lingered long after an injury has healed. Maybe someone gave you the idea that your suffering is “all in your head”. But even though your suffering is real, you feel you are running out of options. Hypnosis does not replace your doctor’s help – but it can become an important additional tool to reduce suffering. If you are not getting the results you want for personal change, perhaps it’s time for a new approach – one that holds promise for you and your goals.

I have over 40 years of experience as a therapist, and have been using hypnosis as an integral part of my work since the earliest days of my career. You can discover ways to manage anxiety, master panic, and reconnect with your authentic self. After an assessment of your situation, we will take a look at what has been getting in the way of your progress, and develop an action plan that will help you get going. Please don’t wait any longer to get the help you need and deserve. Call me at 402-334-1122. We’ll find a time to get together, and determine how we can work together.

I am not accepting new clients at this time.

I will reevaluate my availability periodically. Call or email me if you want to be added to a waitlist.