My Approach to Helping
The fact you came to therapy shows you want to improve your life. You want to become stronger, get clarity, and develop into a self-reliant person. Your courage is truly commendable. You have taken the first vital steps on your journey to better health.
I have been helping people resolve or cope with their issues since 1987. My goal is to help individuals make lasting positive changes. I offer a relaxed environment for each session and use evidence-based clinical approaches. I work closely with each person, couple, or group in treatment and help them develop their strengths so they can experience the changes and growth they desire.
More Info About My Practice
Experience working with PTSD, crisis, sexual trauma, substance abuse, bereavement, relationship building, cultural issues, aging, anger management, sexual addiction, LGBTQ issues, career and life transitions, and mental health challenges (e.g. bipolar, schizophrenia, depression, eating disorder, OCD, anxiety, etc.). I combine many of the evidenced based practice modalities and theories, as well as wellness and relational and mindfulness principles within the framework of psychodynamic psychotherapy.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Therapy is hard work, but it is the journey that is worth taking. With honest self-reflection, being mindfully engaged, and taking positive actions, you are enabled to live your life more authentically, communicate more honestly, and achieve greater satisfaction in your personal and work relationships.