If you’re here, you probably have reached a point where change seems just too hard or uncomfortable to go it alone. You likely may still have reservations or concerns. Afterall, sharing personal stuff with a complete stranger? Revealing stories and experiences you may have kept only to yourself? Wrestling with loss, grief, pain, self-doubt, stress, anxiety, etc. are not necessarily comfortable to share with people close to us, much less someone we don’t know. While it may be a difficult time, know that seeking help and support is a strength and an important first step in desiring change and growth.
My name is Eric Buhrfeind and I am passionately committed to providing a safe, non-judgmental space of mutual respect to facilitate exploration, insight, growth, and change. Having an authentic connection and serving as a trusted advisor to my clients is vital to supporting you and your goals. I approach therapy as a highly collaborative effort, where we work together to evaluate life experiences, relationships, strengths, and areas you wish to develop. I believe we all have the ability to change and determine our path forward. Sometimes we just need a different perspective, additional ideas, and support in working through our problems and arriving at the answers we are looking for. Together, we will work to find ways for you to live more consciously, cope more effectively, face obstacles, and move toward your goals.
I am a Master’s level student counselor working under the supervision of Amanda Esquivel. My areas of focus include Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Self-esteem, Grief, Loss, Relationships (incl Divorce, Infidelity), Trauma, Substance Abuse, Recovery, Phase of Life, and Career Transition.
Following a career in change and talent management of over 25 years, I realized I wanted to work on a more personal/individual level to help people change to be their best self on their best day. My own life experiences, career, formal education, and student experiences have prepared me to work with Emerging Adults (18+), Young Adults, Adults, Couples, and Groups.