Provider type: Therapist
Serving: Adult, Couples, Groups, Individuals
You can expect to be met with unconditional positive regard and warmth when you meet with Dylan. You'll experience a safe space where you can engage in collaborative conversation that allows you to explore and understand yourself and your relationships in new ways. Dylan understands that starting therapy can be overwhelming and scary, and will take time to build a strong foundation with you before diving in. Her calm, patient presence will allow you to work at a pace that feels comfortable as you move toward living the life you hope for.
Dylan's clients can work through past traumatic experiences, improve relationships, address substance use issues, and better understand why they do what they do, and how to address situations in new and more helpful ways. They can work on improving how they view themselves and their experiences, increasing their confidence to make good choices, or exploring their identity and sexuality. In Dylan's office, no topic is off the table.
Client-centered and strengths-based techniques are the core of Dylan's eclectic approach to therapy. She also pulls from narrative therapy, systems therapy, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and various somatic modalities.
Dylan received a Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy from Edgewood College in Madison, Wisc. She's worked in community mental health settings providing therapy and case management to individuals experiencing Schizophrenia, Bipolar, and co-occurring substance use disorders, and with couples struggling with their relationships.