What is Therapy?
Therapy is learning. Learning involves effort, growth, and a willingness to see things from a new perspective The effort it takes to spend one hour a week focusing on yourself can be a catalyst for change. Many emotions we have and behaviors we make are simply strategies to attain what we need or want. However, these behaviors and emotions may leave us or our loved ones feeling disconnected. Seeing our behaviors and emotions for what they really are can be a revelation. Arriving at the point in which we choose to act consciously from this new perspective is transformative.
Individual & Couple Therapist, MA, LMFT
As well as being conversationally fluent in Spanish, some personal experiences that have influenced me are: marriage, divorce, becoming a father, growing up in a blended family, becoming a veteran of a foreign war, and the death of close family members and friends.
- Years in Practice: Since 2012
- School: Pacific Lutheran University
- Year Graduated: 2014
- License No. and State: LF60659528 Washington
- Apple Health
- First Choice Health
- Kaiser Permanente
- United Healthcare
- Employee Assistance Programs
- And Various Other Insurance Companies
“I used to think that PTSD wasn’t real and that all these soldiers were making it up. When my wife told me that she couldn’t live with me anymore, I decided to get help. I have my life and my wife back now.” – Veteran
“I feel valued, respected, and understood. Therapy helps me find my own solutions to the unique problems that I face in my life.” – Individual Client
Does Troy sound like the right fit for you? Contact him now to set up an appointment