For Jim, counseling is a second career path. He started out in film and television, and enjoyed working in that field for more than 20 years. After having experienced the death of his daughter, Jim reached out for help to work through the intense grief, and existential confusion that followed. Through his own therapy, Jim developed a strong interest in the field of psychology. In 2012, he graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a masters degree in counseling. Since then, he has enjoyed working with a culturally and ethnically diverse clientele. His creative talents make him particularly suited for work with individuals who are involved with the Arts. His clients appreciate his warmth, compassion, wisdom and sense of humor.