My Approach to Helping
Our fulfillment in life is often tied to the relationships that we form. Your friends, your partner, your family, your colleagues, your children, and even the relationship you have with yourself all have a tremendous impact on your life. Prioritizing your own happiness and well-being is a critical way to strengthen relationships, bring you more joy, meet your personal goals and to bring more fulfillment into your life.
A sampling of my clients includes adults going through life transitions such as marriage, children, and career changes. I also love to work with adolescents to decrease anxiety, improve self-esteem, and to gain confidence in their authentic self. I am passionate about supporting individuals to reach their full potential. I welcome the opportunity to meet with you.
More Info About My Practice
I believe that building self-esteem is critical to becoming the best version of yourself. New York can be a challenging place to balance work and life, maintain relationships, build a family, and blossom as an adolescent. This has been abundantly clear to me in working with clients and my own family. I initially came into this field to support others like me going through transitions such as moving, starting and ending relationships, making a career change, becoming a parent, and creating a life you love. Stress, anxiety, burnout, high expectations, low self-esteem, perfectionism, self-doubt, and difficult relationships can impede on the ability for you to live your best life. I am here to support my clients to feel more fulfilled in this difficult, hectic, stressful, pressure-filled, hard, crazy, but beautiful world we are living in today.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
I have experience supporting clients with anxiety, self-esteem, stress, relationship issues, life transitions, mid-life crisis, quarter life crisis, confidence, work-life balance, parenting, family conflict, and self-identity.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Psychotherapy can help people in different ways, which is why it is important to collaborate together on a plan that feels good to both of us and then to check-in regularly so that we can make adjustments as necessary. For some clients, help comes from having a non-judgmental, safe place to discuss their issues, for others it means making a detailed plan to meet their goals, and for others it means practicing skills needed to improve a relationship with their boss, their partner, their friends, andor family. I believe the client is the expert in their own life and will most often be the one to lead us on our journey to well-being.
My Therapy Focus
In my practice, I focus on the present and the future. In order to do this, we may need to understand the past, but my approach is to help support you with your current problems and work toward gaining the fulfillment you seek.