General Therapy


  • relationships

  • grief and loss

  • self-esteem

  • boundaries

  • addiction

  • depression

  • identity/sense of self

  • conflict resolution

  • anxiety, panic attacks, phobias

  • sexual, emotional, and physical abuse

  • body and self-image

  • meaning of sexuality in one’s life

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • multicultural

  • spirituality and/or crisis of faith

Couples Therapy


  • cohabitation issues

  • premarital counseling

  • infidelity recovery

  • emotional, sexual, intimacy issues

  • family life cycle transitions

        newlywed, new baby, parenting, empty nest phase

  • infertility and adoption counseling

  • chronic illness

  • pre & post divorce therapy

Aimee's theoretical training is centered around a "systems approach” to therapy; meaning, her counseling focuses not only on the client, but also on how the person/couple/family interacts.  Aimee directs the conversation toward discovering how the interacting unit is affected by and makes meaning of the greater world around them. This includes family background, culture, worldview, religion, spiritual perspectives, socioeconomic circumstances, and life stresses. Aimee is approachable, nonjudgmental, and creates a safe place for therapy. Some of her services include: