Josh is thoughtful in his approach to serving individuals and families through various struggles and transitions. He strives to create a warm, collaborative and non-judgmental environment where therapy can work towards clear solutions, deeper truths and a fuller acceptance of strengths and struggles. He has been in private practice since 2009 and has expertise in working with anxiety, depression, Autism, ADHD grief, OCD, dream interpretation and the integration of spiritual concerns with the work of therapy. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Josh is excited about working with all aspects of the family system and throughout major development stages.
Since 2018, Josh co-leads a weekly adult men’s processing group. Although the specific goals of the clients vary, he hopes to enhance three core skills: self-awareness, empathy and communication.
Josh has been happily married since 2005 and has three boys. He is is an enthusiast and practitioner of many aspects of creativity and has maintained a regular practice of creating fine art since he was young. He is also co-author of the book CinemAnalysis: Learning about Psychology through Film.