My Approach to Helping
Are you unsatisfied with your life? Are you exhausted with arguing? Do you want to feel better but are currently so unenthusiastic that you don't know how? Now you are struggling to perform at work and your relationships are suffering. You are not alone. I will help you restore order to your life. You already have tools to change now; together we will reach a solution. My specialty is offering clarity for success.
I believe I can guide you in your quest for a better self and that the problems in your life are fixable once their origins are identified and explored. My therapy is an interesting journey that spurs curiosity and growth so that you can attain lasting change.
I know seeking help is tough but today you have taken a very important step. You deserve to feel better now. Call me for a confidential consultation today.
More Info About My Practice
We are in-network with Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO, & Cigna.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
Every once in awhile I am asked how my style of therapy helps people, so I decided to write this short piece to explain my chosen method of helping people. Insight-Oriented therapy is a briefer form of psychoanalysis which was first conceived by Sigmund Freud. It is a psychodynamic therapy that is centered around the idea that there are maladaptive cognitive processes in place and that those processes are for the most part unconscious.
The cure lies in making those processes conscious through free association and interpretation. As an insight-oriented therapist my aim is to help you think differently. The first step in my work with people is to support them by treating the discomfort they are feeling and then through a gradual process we uncover the mechanisms that prevent change. Then we develop and build strategies together to create lasting change.
My approach to the work is based on the relationship we create together in the room. We use that relationship to inform you how you behave with other people outside of the room to provide insight into those unconscious processes. For my style of therapy to be most effective, it is recommended we meet at a minimum of once per week to establish a meaningful relationship, thus a meaningful therapy.