My Approach to Helping
I aim to put you in touch with the unique sense of self and personal voice that help you thrive. I draw upon psychodynamic and existential approaches to help you solve life's challenging problems. By building an honest, open relationship, we'll be better equipped to explore coping skills and help you find new ways to look at persistent challenges.
My inpatient psychiatric training at Linden Oaks Hospital taught me to treat an array of issues, including substance abuse, depression, relationships challenges, and anxiety. I'm also comfortable and familiar with LGBTQ issues. I pursued graduate training at the Adler School of Professional Psychology, where I learned how to help older adults manage problems such as transitioning to retirement, loss, grief, and aging-related issues. My memberships in NAMI and the Psychotherapy Networker keep me abreast of cutting-edge treatments and put me in touch with other passionate mental health workers.
Exploring life's challenges in a comfortable space enables me to help adults of all ages heal. I frequently rely on narrative approaches to encourage you to tell your story. This option can help you achieve increased relief and clarity. Everyone's therapeutic journey is different, and I'm excited to begin the discovery process with you.