Eric Reitz holds a Master’s degree in counseling and human development and is currently a Resident in Counseling. Eric has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment-Based Family Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. He brings a person-centered approach to the therapy space, supporting his clients in resourcing and accessing the internal tools needed to seek the life his client desires. Eric works with all ages of clients and looks forward to traveling alongside his clients on their search in life. His experiences have provided him the opportunity to work with client’s facing anxiety, depression, PTSD, anger and frustration, grief, loss, despair, relationship challenges and many other mental health concerns. In his free time, Eric enjoys spending time with his family, playing guitar, playing in the outdoors, running, cooking, reading and pretending to woodwork and be handy around the house.
To draw an analogy: a man's suffering is similar to the behavior of a gas. If a certain quantity of gas is pumped into an empty chamber, it will fill the chamber completely and evenly, no matter how big the chamber. Thus suffering completely fills the human soul and conscious mind, no matter whether the suffering is great or little. Therefore the "size" of human suffering is absolutely relative. - Viktor Emil Frankl, Man's Search for Meaning