Graham received his Masters in Counseling Psychology from Lewis & Clark College. His areas of interest include Life Span development, individual, couple, and family counseling, human sexuality, substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, cross-cultural issues, life transitions, grief and spirituality. He is particularly interested in strengthening relationships between partners and families.
"It is my philosophy, that each of us are on a path that encompasses understanding who we are in relation to our surroundings. Answers are found through interpersonal connections and within ourselves. It is my job to offer a safe, supportive space and the skilled assistance that allows you to discover your strengths and the tools necessary to overcome life's hurdles."