“I feel like I am not good enough.”
“I feel like nothing will change.”
“What we can or cannot do, what we consider possible or impossible, is rarely a function of our true capability. It is more likely a function of our beliefs about who we are.” – Anthony Robbins
Never forget your worth.
Micah strives to create a safe space for his clients where they feel comfortable enough to explore their unique story and feel heard as well as valued.
His goal is to help individuals struggling with a variety of life’s challenges:
- Life Transitions
- Self-Esteem and Self-Worth
- Men’s Issues
- Video Game Addiction
- Premarital-Counseling SYMBIS
- 12 and older
- Ministry Leaders
Micah’s Therapeutic Approach:
Micah aims to connect with clients through genuine curiosity about their unique journey and encourage them along the way. To that end, he focuses on a Cognitive-Behavioral approach where, together, you can explore thoughts and beliefs about yourself and work towards your goals. He believes that change is possible for everyone but that change needs to be desired and worked on. In addition, Micah uses Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, where the focus is on solutions to the problem at hand. Therapy is a collaborative effort in which it is his goal to empower and encourage. Micah also utilizes SYMBIS for premarital counseling and loves journeying with engaged couples as they head towards or begin their journey as a married couple.
Micah is a Colorado Native and grew up in Northern Colorado. He has a heart for journeying with individuals through life’s struggles and challenges. He will graduate from the Master of Arts Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Liberty University in December 2023.
Micah has been married to his wonderful and amazing wife Kaylee for 6 years, and they have two dogs, named Mia Grace and Castle, who are balls of energy. He is an avid frisbee golf player and enjoys playing with his wife and their dogs whenever they get the chance. They are also avid hikers and enjoy spending as much time in the mountains as possible.
Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling – Liberty University (Intern Expected Graduation – December 2023) Supervisor: Chris Bassett, LMFT, Colorado License, #698
Bachelor of Science in Correctional Program Support Services – University of Phoenix (2019)