My Approach to Helping
I have a passion for helping people work through their relationship concerns, whether I see you as a COUPLE OR INDIVIDUAL. We all tend to get stuck in the same patterns and have the same fights over and over again, and my job is not only to help you break free of that, but to help you figure out how you got there in the first place (so it doesn't keep happening!). Therapy tends to work best when we are able to meet consistently, so I offer the convenience of in-person andor online sessions. I know that life can get busy and scheduling can sometimes be a challenge, so I do my best to make sure that is never what hinders us. I want this process to feel like a solid collaboration, so feel free to reach out with any specific questions or concerns before we get started.
More Info About My Practice
If needed, I find that online therapy is especially well-suited for: entrepreneurs (it's much easier to squeeze in an hour meeting if you don't have to make time to drive), at-home parentsnew parents, college students (you don't even have to leave campus), and those with mobility issues. If you don't fall in one of those categories, and just like the idea of doing your sessions conveniently online, feel free to call with any questions, to see if it might be a good fit for you.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
It is my true belief that seeking help takes an incredible amount of strength. We all face difficulties in life, and recognizing the need for an extra support takes great insight and courage. As a therapist, I am here to work with you, and it can be empowering to have someone who is on your side.
The Duration and Frequency of Therapy
Often people who start therapy wonder how long it's going to take. I wish I could say the answer was, "three sessions and you're cured!" The good news is therapy can take as long or as short as you like. Ideally, when you start the process you are committing to work through a certain area of your life. Sometimes we can resolve that quickly and you move on, and other times someone will decide that there are deeper issues worth exploring. You are in charge.