Eric Steven Sharp
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
You’ve thought about therapy, but you hear a voice inside that is hesitant. It asks, "Will they judge my sexual orientation, my gender identity, my dating life, my choices, or my views on faith? Will they see me as an entire person with a complex web of interests, hopes, and desires; or will they just see me as my presenting problems? Will they work with me to reach creative solutions; or will they just label me with a diagnosis and try to ‘fix’ me with a workbook?” You deserve a therapist who celebrates your individuality, who views YOU as the expert of your own experience, and who honors the unique parts of your life.