My Approach to Helping
During the COVID-19 outbreak, I am still accepting new clients and am offering phone and video sessions via Doxy.me or Zoom . I have immediate openings for tele-therapy and would be honored to support you during this time of uncertainty.
Hello and Welcome! I'm glad you're seeking help. I understand how difficult the decision can be. If you feel disappointed, discouraged, unheard, alone, overwhelmed, or face other struggles, you are not alone. Life is full of transitions and challenges. These obstacles are normal, but they can leave you feeling anything but normal. Therapy can feel intimidating and scary. Finding the right therapist is one of the most important steps you can take to feel better. You deserve a space that leaves you feeling comfortable to share your feelings and thoughts, free of judgment. Let's work together to create the life you deserve.
More Info About My Practice
Successful therapy equips you with tools to manage life, understand yourself, and grow to become the person you want to be. Therapy alleviates suffering by encouraging change and personal growth.
My Therapy Focus
I offer an diverse approach and adjust my technique specifically for my client's benefit. I offer therapy for adults who are struggling with life transitions, emotional disturbance and many other challenges. My goal through therapy is to reduce emotional distress, cope with physical suffering, lessen anxiety, and decrease depression. In addition, I attempt to encourage personal growth, open up new life possibilities and facilitate the change you deserve. I believe the past lives on in the present. Our earliest life experiences and important relationships provide a model for how the world works. Many times, we continue to apply old patterns to new situations, even when they no longer work or cause great pain. It's natural to keep doing what we know. Working together in an atmosphere of safety and trust, therapy offers the chance to explore, understand, and change your life. Therapy is an ongoing struggle between a part of us that desires change and a part of us that strives to stay in our familiar comfort zone. As a therapist, I champion the side seeking growth and change.