My Approach to Helping
When my husband and I were having marital issues, we tried three therapists, none of whom helped us very much. In fact, over all, they made things worse.
It occurred to me that I might be able to do this better. I wanted a therapist who wouldn’t take sides--someone who would work to understand my point of view as well as my husband’s point of view--someone who would be empathetic and compassionate. I wanted someone who would care about both of us, and, give us hope. These are among the reasons that I became a therapist.
I understand that you are going through a tough time; and, it seems like your world is falling apart.
Marital therapy is hard work. I recommend that you give it a try; because, it is likely that, if you divorce, the same problems will surface in your next marriage. Learn how you and your spouse can form a strong bond, model a good marriage for your children and become closer than ever before.
It’s hard work; but, you can do it.
I am also available for individual therapy for issues relating to anxiety, depression, PTSD and life transitions. I’d love to help you find the happiness you deserve.