We are more than the hobbies that we do or the things that we like. To me, Geek means an outsider, a rebel, a dreamer, a creator, a fighter. It’s a person who dares to love something that isn’t conventional.
-- Felicia Day, Geek and Sundry, State of the Sundry, 03/25/13
I am currently full and unable to see new clients. If you are seeking treatment for OCD, please look at the resources listed by the IOCDF, and also consider the new Rogers location in Bellevue, slated to open in early 2021.
Have you always been mystified by how your partner can be so brilliant with digital or mechanical challenges, yet does not pick up on the subtleties of your sarcastic intent? Or do you wonder why on earth your partner made such an illogical choice, but are loathe to bring it up and start an argument? I’d love to talk to you as a couple.
I have a particular affinity for working with those who self-identify as geeks, nerds, misfits, or socially awkward. If you have strong feelings about my use of the Oxford comma in the previous sentence, I would love to schedule a consultation session with you.
And if you think your child found this site while searching for fanfic or cheat codes, I’d love to meet you all as a family.
Current clients, please note that I am conducting all my sessions over telehealth. I use the HIPAA-compliant website Doxy, which clients find convenient because there is no need to download software.