My Approach to Helping
*My therapy practice is full. I'm currently only taking patients for psychodiagnostic evaluation. These in-depth evaluations uncover patients' unique ways of thinking, feeling, motivations, coping, defenses, attachment, relationships, and
additional patterns. Reports are written specifically to enhance psychotherapy effectiveness and therapist-patient rapport, gain diagnostic clarity to aid psychotropic prescribing, and to provide comprehensive insights to people who may be struggling, but "don't know why." I aim to make psychological testing and evaluation highly comfortable, collaborative, and informative.
I haven't found it particularly useful to further describe my therapeutic, evaluative, or supervisory approach ahead of meeting with someone. A direct initial contact is the best way to get a sense of whether I can help.