My Approach to Helping
Navigating life is difficult, and painful life experiences can cause us to feel discouraged, alone, unworthy or abandoned. Sometimes the reason for struggling is unknown, or perhaps there has been an experience of loss, abuse or the repetition of destructive patterns.
If you desire to experience more emotional freedom and to live life more fully, then I invite you to contact me.
I work collaboratively, meaning that we would work together toward your healing and well-being. It takes courage to make this step, and I commend you for your desire to make positive changes in your life. This is not a quick and easy process, but a worthy investment into your life, with the potential to positively impact the lives of your loved ones as well.
More Info About My Practice
My office is in a space intentionally designed to help you to feel welcome and comfortable. It is located on a quiet street in Broad Ripple with plenty of available parking. I Provide a safe and accepting environment that fosters the development of trust so that we can work together in exploring and understanding your unique situation and the realities of your life.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
My areas of expertise include child- or adult-onset trauma, grief and loss, relationship distress and parenting challenges. I also work with those who have spiritual concerns or have experienced spiritual abuse.
I am skilled at working with individuals who experience depression, anxiety disorders, PTSD, dissociative disorders, psychosis, and unhealthy relational or behavioral patterns.
Psychotherapy is a process and I work well with people who are motivated toward greater health and well-being.
My Therapy Focus
I work psychoanalytically. This means that we will explore both conscious and unconscious processes that impact your life experiences and relationships. During the therapeutic process you will develop greater self-awareness, and our relationship will provide honest feedback into your life.
I am certified in Energy Psychology, which uses mind and body-based techniques such as EMDR and EFT. Energy Psychology focuses on the relationship between thoughts, emotions, sensations and behaviors, and addresses painful physiological symptoms.