My Approach to Helping
You don't have to feel empty, angry or hopeless anymore. You don't have to continually find yourself repeating the same relationship mistakes. You no longer have to wait for the life you want to happen ....... Let me help you. It's important that you feel understood by your therapist and make a personal connection. Trust your instincts. If you decide that it feels right and we begin to work together, we'll look at what it is that brings you into therapy and what you're hoping to achieve. While trying to experience the world through your eyes, I will help you uncover what might be getting in your way and what other possibilities there are for you. Our goal is to help you become more of the person you want to be and put together the life you want for yourself. I work weekends as well as weekdays. Call me for a free phone consultation.
More Info About My Practice
My office is located on the west side of Los Angeles near Santa Monica, Venice & Culver City. In addition to my private practice, I am also a Clinical Supervisor overseeing intern therapists for the Southern California Counseling Center.
The Family Resource Counseling Center (FRCC) is a confidential private practice offering affordable, quality care within a nurturing environment. I accept all PPO Insurance and Medicare. I will bill insurance for you. For direct pay, I take credit cards in addition to cash and checks.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
I specialize in treating sexual trauma, emotional abuse and survivors of childhood abuse (sexual, emotional & physical), which means that I work a lot with trauma and P.T.S.D. I also work extensively with relationship/communication issues. In addition to seeing individuals and couples, I lead a weekly support group for Adults Abused as Children.
If you would like more information about my areas of focus, please check out my website. Additionally, you can find many of my articles published in online medical journals such as Wellness, ALT/MD and Self-Growth.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
By making that which is unconscious, conscious so that clients can understand the forces that drive their behavior. People come to therapy to make changes in their life. But the only thing that they can change is themselves.