Hope, possibility, insight, change; these are the gifts therapy can offer. Because anxiety, sadness and fear are part of what it means to be human, I feel it is essential to find meaning in our challenges.
There is strength in understanding. I believe we all have the seeds of healing within us and my role in this process is to listen carefully and to provide feedback and support along the way. I respect your unique perspective and your gifts.
I have over 10 years of experience working with individuals, families and couples. When working with couples, I use Emotionally Focused Therapy, a therapy that identifies unsatisfying patterns of communication that can lead to conflict. This kind of therapy creates a safe place for deepening the commitment and trust between you and your partner.
My strengths include anxiety, depression, career goals, job stress, relationship issues, chronic pain, autoimmune illnesses, grief, social anxiety, Asperger’s spectrum disorders, psychotic experiences and issues affecting artists.