#133040 Associate Marriage and Family Therapist
As an Associate Therapist, Craig received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Utah, and his master’s degree in couples and family therapy at the Sacramento campus of Alliant International University.
Naturally integrating the qualities of compassion, curiosity and empathy, Craig’s therapeutic adventure at Hearts and Hands reflects a life’s journey that includes many years of worldwide travel, business interests, and wide-ranging personal exploration.
Craig’s general philosophy reflects a process of recognition, in which each client’s essential uniqueness is holistically appreciated as a foundation for roles assumed and encountered throughout the human experience. It is through a co-creative process of healing that each person’s growth can manifest. Craig participates comfortably with a diverse clientele from within a safe and healing therapeutic alliance, which incorporates the vital elements of nonjudgmental openness, empathetic interaction, and mutual respect. Listening to his clients, Craig has also adapted a customizable “tune-up” program ideal for couples while also appropriate for individual needs. He is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Craig’s practice also includes extensive use of the telehealth format.