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Compassion & Creativity

Sometimes life gets difficult, and our relationships suffer. Other times we lack direction, feel like the world is against us, and feel unmotivated for the future. Sometimes the stories we carry around with us determine our choices and our outcomes. Sometimes unresolved trauma can narrate our decisions and behaviors, and make life seem impossible to contend with.


At Project Freewill, we use a combination of Narrative Therapy and evidence-based creative arts interventions to help you rewrite your story, heal trauma, cultivate your imagination, develop a sustainable creative practice, and build the life you envision for yourself. We believe everyone deserves second chances, and that everyone has the power to grow.

We are currently accepting new clients and offer group and individual outpatient therapy. We work with kids, teens, and adults of all ages, and specialize in work with LGBTQ+ populations. We are fully licensed and insured.  Please reach out. 



My Story

I am a Conditionally Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC-C) specializing in Humanistic and Constructivist therapeutic interventions integrating the creative arts. I have my Masters in Counseling Psychology with a Creative Arts focus from the University of Maine Farmington.

I grew up in a difficult situation. Without even realizing it, I lived most of my life in survival mode. My relationships began to suffer. And I felt like I didn't really know who I was. Because of this, I constantly had to learn how to readjust to my environment the hard way.  After years of trying to escape my past, I realized sometimes we all need help uncovering what is secretly feeding the pain we just can't seem to let go.

Creativity has always served me as a way to feel safe and calm in the ups and downs, and as a way to process my feelings and transform them into something beautiful. I have been writing songs since I was a child, and can easily say that music has helped keep me alive and thriving. After years touring the country and recording albums as a professional musician, I decided to go back to school to learn about the healing powers of the arts and share with my community what's helped me work through grief and trauma.

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