Richard graduated from Seattle Pacific University with his Masters in Marriage & Family Therapy. He has a broad array of work and life experience that assists in building engagement and strengthening the therapeutic relationship.
Richard currently works full-time with the Madison School District’s, Madison Cares program as the Lead Clinician and teaches several parenting classes (Love & Logic, Emotion Coaching/Parenting Counts, and Incredible Years). He specializes in assisting with adjustment disorders, anxiety, relational conflict, parenting concerns, autism support, electronic addiction, and depression. Richard strives to create a collaborative environment wherein lasting change, awareness, and motivation can occur.
2002 Brigham Young University, Bachelor of Science, Marriage, Family & Human Development
2004 Seattle Pacific University, Master of Science, Marriage & Family Therapy