My Approach to Helping
I've found through experience and practice that many of us are longing for deeper connections. Connections with others and even with ourselves. When we live in a reality where we feel misunderstood or cast aside, we struggle to find worth in who we are and what we do. Therapy can help you cultivate self-compassion and confidence so you can recognize meaning in your life, embrace your vulnerability, and create space for sharing your needs with others.
I take a collaborative approach with individuals and work to find methods and techniques that will empower you to takes steps towards positive change.
More Info About My Practice
I'm part of a practice that is very inclusive, and it's important to me that you can feel safe when visiting our office.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Therapy can give you a space to share your worries and concerns with someone who has an objective ear. We can work together to explore underlying emotions and coping strategies that will help you reduce symptoms related to stress, anxiety, low mood, low self-esteem, and relationship distress.
My Therapy Focus
I have an integrative approach to therapy, and I tend to focus on your history and current experience with relationships. What was your family like when you were a child? Did you feel accepted at school? Have you felt secure or insecure in your intimate relationships as an adult? These connections have a huge impact on your perception of yourself and your interactions with others (from strangers on the street to co-workers to your closest friends or significant others). Feelings of insecurity in early relationships may foster feelings of anxiety and depression throughout life. Once we identify these attachment adaptations, we can work towards helping you heal and feel whole.