Millbrook, AL is my hometown, but I also count all of these places as home: Destin, FL; Hinesville, GA; Wichita Falls, TX; Moses Lake, WA; Tuscaloosa, AL; Nashville, TN; and now Memphis, TN
Yes, a dachshund named O.Z. (for “ounces”).
Reading, writing, running, playing music, traveling, and spending time with my wife and friends.
Active, artistic, adventurous, approachable, alliterative
I have had the great privilege of seeing life from many perspectives. I have lived in poverty and in excess. I have experienced a great deal of brokenness in my family and I have seen much healing in it. I have worked in construction, stage production, the food service industry, environmental health and safety, and campus ministry. I have been a library aide, a courier, a valet attendant, a shuttle driver, a writer for a concert aggregate, and a musician. I treasure the stories and lives of which I have had the privilege to be a part. As a therapist, I desire to meet people in their stories, to confront and comfort, and to walk with them in this chapter.
Competence, continued growth, humility, availability
I believe that, in this world, relationships are broken between self and God, self and others, and self and self. Therapy is an avenue through which we can become ourselves more fully, and healing begins with honesty and trust between people who are in your corner.
Fleetwood Mac. Earth Wind & Fire. Kings of Leon. Paul Simon. Bonnie Raitt. Toto. Don Henley.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
Les Misérables by Victor Hugo
Soccer, the world’s sport.
San Francisco, CA
Sweeping new construction sites. Definitely wasn’t my second job.
Letters from friends and family
Cook is a strong word. I would help my wife cook whatever she wanted. She’s got skills.
Game day in Tuscaloosa!