Does this sound familiar?
Are you overwhelmed with the impossible tasks of life such as navigating home, a career, school, and personal goals?
Are you motivated for change but don’t know where to start? Feeling stuck? Overwhelmed?
Do you navigate life with anxiety/depression or as a member of the LGBTQIA+ community?
I Can Help.
- I have nearly a decade of experience as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, exploring individual psychology alongside the influences of the environment around you.
- Alongside clinical work, I am a social work educator and advocate, tying these important pieces into your own journey and supporting you within your own empowerment journey.
- I am passionate about supporting your own experiences and bringing forth personal strengths into action steps of change, healing, and growth
- I am a queer-affirming LGBTQIA+ therapist and feel extremely strongly about intrinsic human rights and the power of personal stories, tapping into your inherence strengths and resiliency
What can you expect?
My approach is eclectic, matching the needs of each individual I work with. There is no “one size fits all” in therapy.
All my interventions come from a trauma-informed lens, recognizing each person is ready to work through their challenges within their own timeline.
Change, hope, and a greater understanding of ourselves is possible. The world can feel chaotic and unsafe, but through therapy, we can find sources of strength and hope together, even in the face of injustice.
In addition to his behavioral health practice, Adam has taught more than 700 graduate and undergraduate social work students as an Adjunct Professor at three universities since 2016. Within this role, Adam has taught 22 different courses with a primary clinical social work focus. Currently, Adam is honored to be an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work. He has held adjunct positions at both Portland State University’s School of Social Work and The College of Saint Rose’s School of Social Work.
Adam currently is a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice, working to receive his Doctorate in Advanced Clinical Social Work (DSW) in 2024. He also writes about the bonds between humans and animals as a contributor for Psychology Today, a publication with a readership of almost 2 million.