Arch has been keenly interested in helping other people grow, adapt, and find greater meaning and purpose for themselves for over 40 years. He taught high school students for many years and has been a counselor since 1994. Arch has worked with adolescents and families for many years in group, individual and family therapy settings. He is adept at working with emotional and behavioral issues, self-defeating behaviors and substance abuse. He believes in people’s ability to take responsibility for their lives, improve self-efficacy and find greater meaning and purpose. In his therapy practice Arch uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, and Reality Therapy. Arch and his wife, Patricia, love and enjoy their five children and six grandchildren. Arch loves to explore. Whether that exploration is in cities or villages, the wilderness of Wyoming or Canada, rivers in Oregon or the Grand Canyon, biking, road trips, music, books, ideas, photography, or spending time with family and friends, Arch loves to experience the new and unfamiliar.