Growing up I had always imagined that I would be a veterinarian. But when I left home I decided to switch my major to music and then later theology. I always wanted to help and to heal, but I decided not to enter the clergy. After years of reflection, I settled into the world of psychology. I had always been an ardent academic, but psychology combined my interests in existentialism and healing into one unified picture. Now I live out these schools of thought through my work as a psychotherapist-walking with others toward clarity.