My Approach to Helping
I work in a collaborative way with clients, setting personal goals and a plan for achieving them. Each person brings his or her own history and problems to my office, and in an atmosphere of safety and empathy, we use inspiration and creativity to gain insight into each person’s unique self.
As I practice it, psychotherapy from a mind-body perspective involves talking through issues and often connecting them to earlier points in your life; learning new tools to help change negative patterns; and using the mind and body to experience feelings, relief, and healing from painful events. With psychotherapy, people can become happier, healthier and more in control of their lives.
When you need someone you can talk to who is warm, empathic, experienced, objective and has a sense of humor.
I can help.