Treating a Wide Range of Emotional Difficulties
Depression, anxiety, losses, trauma, interpersonal issues, and transitions. Over the past twenty years in practice, I have seen the healing potential of the therapeutic relationship and the transformation possible when both the therapist and patient commit to the treatment.
I practice talk therapy using a psychodynamic approach, integrated with somatically attuned and cognitive-behavioral interventions, medication, nutritional support, or other supportive therapies and services as necessary. As your therapist, I provide a safe space for you to understand feelings, behaviors, and relational patterns that cause you suffering.
Therapy helps balance the mind and encourages a compassionate attitude towards yourself and others.
You can read about the differences between psychotherapy and counseling here.
Psychotherapy sessions occur on at least a weekly basis, more as clinically indicated.