Karen helps create a safe and trusting relationship with clients; one that encourages respect, empathy and acceptance.
She is a Graduate Intern from NCU, and her services are provided at a reduced rate while she works under the Supervision of Dr. Anne Hancock and Dr. Lauren Fix.
Karen is keenly aware of the research on how close loving bonds with a significant other boosts heart health and overall wellness; extending longevity and increasing life satisfaction.
She feels privileged to support partners in distress who may feel overwhelmed or exhausted from trying to fix their relationship. Relationship distress is best identified when partners feel invisible, distant, unheard or unappreciated. Typically, they find themselves stuck in a cycle; having the same unproductive conversations over and over again. Couples can get unstuck and heal from relationship distress when they’re able to track the cycle and start to make sense of their negative patterns of interaction.
Karen’s background includes health coaching and working for an international marriage crisis organization. She loves helping people build emotionally intelligent relationships.
Karen is a member of AAMFT (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy).
Karen’s Office Hours:
- Tuesday: 4pm – 8pm
- Thursday: 4pm – 8pm
- Saturday: 9am – 3pm