My Approach to Helping
Psychotherapy helps you reflect on yourself and your life. For instance, perhaps you feel that something is holding you back in your personal or professional life. It may be difficult to identify exactly what that is. In psychotherapy, we can think together about this experience to understand it more fully.
As we progress in our work, we can identify patterns. For example, we may notice that it is often difficult for you to rely on others. It's possible that early experiences influenced you to act in ways that were adaptive before, but are no longer adaptive now.
Psychotherapy helps you consider and initiate change. For instance, if you want to open up more to others, we can explore how it feels to do so during our sessions. By paying attention to these experiences, we can initiate change both inside and outside of the psychotherapy room.