Theo is a Licensed Professional Counselor who holds a Master's Degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University.  His educational background is in the intersection of mindfulness practice and the psychotherapeutic process.  Theo believes that healing can occur through building a healthy, realistic, and caring relationship toward one's own experience of their emotions and thoughts.  He strives to support his clients by modeling the same qualities through the relationship between therapist and client.  Theo provides opportunities for his clients to be challenged in a compassionate and safe environment so that they may learn more about themselves and how to live their best lives.

Theo has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families.  He is interested in how systems impact the individuals within them, and how individuals can grow to best navigate and affect the dynamics involved in their systems; he is also interested in how the development of identity plays deeply in this process.  Theo has worked with both incidental and ongoing complex traumas, utilizing tools of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to alleviate symptoms of post-traumatic stress.  He has also worked in-depth with clients to address substance use disorders and other compulsive behaviors.  Theo is equipped to help clients through a range of difficult or overwhelming feelings like depression, anxiety, grief, loss, anger, self-hatred, self-doubt, confusion, and uncertainty.  He is equally prepared to process through the thoughts, beliefs, and convictions that exist alongside these feelings.

Theo is passionate about his craft as a psychotherapist and is dedicated to working alongside his clients to support their growth and engender a healthy, happy, and fulfilling life."

Pronouns: he/him

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