My Approach to Helping
My approach as a Jungian psychotherapist in helping people is to be honest and direct. I meet the person where they are at not where I want them to be. I understand this level of self-exploration is not for everyone. Therapy can be difficult, even scary. However, it can work. If you are willing to be honest and experience your thoughts, feelings, andor emotions then I may be the therapist you are looking for. And if I am not, please do not stop looking for what you need. People do care and help is out there.
More Info About My Practice
Have you ever questioned your life or the meaning behind it? Have you ever experienced or currently experiencing a mid-life crisis? Have you ever experienced a crisis of faith? Have you ever been confused about what you have been taught or told to believe? Are you looking to reconnect with your faith? Do you feel the need to make your mark in the world? Sometimes we just need someone to relate or understand to listen without judgment or shame. This is what I have to offer.
On February 19th NBR FM New York interviewed me regarding my practice and what I do as a Jungian psychotherapist. The goal behind this nationwide interview was to bring attention to the importance of mental health. The link I attached is the interview in full. It's brief, but hopefully will provide a snapshot to anyone who may be curious regarding myself and my approach to therapy.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
What I love about being a psychotherapist is the gift of connecting with another person on such a deep and meaningful level. It is both humbling and rewarding to work with a person's own process no matter where they are in life.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
Who could blame anyone for asking this question? On paper therapy is intimidating and unnatural. A person is going to talk to a complete stranger about their darkest thoughts and feelings. People talk to me about things they don't tell their spouse, friends, or even spiritual leader. However, it is proven that therapy does work. Don't let a fence get in the way of what you need.