My Approach to Helping
While difficult experiences are inevitable in life, the feelings that may result - stress, despair, worry, self-criticism - don’t have to hold us back from meaningful change. Therapy can help you work through a particular problem, navigate a life transition, or manage a psychological condition such as depression, anxiety, or traumatic experiences. As we find useful connections between our actions, our thinking, our emotional reality, and patterns in relationships, we can then put into practice tools and coping skills to tackle those problems that once felt unmanageable.
In my work with clients, I bring compassion, humor, clinical expertise, and a fresh perspective. My work is informed by a variety of cognitive behavioral therapies (including DBT, ACT, M-CBT, CBT-I) and psychodynamic psychotherapy.
I often help people with problems related to life transitions, griefloss, identity, perfectionism, procrastination, trauma, chronic pain, substance userecovery, depression, and different types of anxiety (general worry, social, panic). I look forward to meeting you and seeing if we may be a good fit.