Craig provides family therapy for couples and families; individual therapy focused on relationships, including our relationship with our own past; and help for addictions, grief, and loss.
Stories are medicine, and Craig is passionate about helping people tell their stories. Stories help us understand who we are and how we fit into the world. When Craig works with un’ina, “those who come to us,” he wants them to know they have already done the hard part of living through their experience. Now, they can do the beautiful, healing part of putting the story together. Craig loves being with people as they build their story day by day, week by week, until it strengthens them and those around them.
Craig earned his master’s degree from Syracuse University in 1996. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
Craig has been honored to work in Indian Country with his friends in Ketchikan, Alaska, and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. He sees amazing things happening in those places. Traditional culture has been incorporated into treatment programs, and wellness and activity centers have been opened to help improve social determinants of health and overcome the effects of trauma.
Craig’s biggest personal highlight is his family. He and his wife have been married for 33 years and have five children. When not serving un’ina, “those who come to us,” Craig enjoys fishing, camping, gardening, family history and genealogy, and church.