Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are you struggling with everyday life, relationships, work, health or weight issues, parenting, grief, or sexuality? Many people come to therapy when they feel emotional pain or confusion, or when they experience depression or anxiety; others come when they feel stuck in their lives or careers or are simply wanting to improve the quality of their lives.
My approach is to help you uncover what is blocking you from having the life you want and deserve. For instance, why do you find yourself anxious and worried for no apparent reason? Why do you repetitively have the same fights with your partner? There are alternatives. My goal is to create a collaborative environment to guide you through obstacles, improve your emotional well being and assist you in finding ways to lead a happy, more meaningful life. Set up an appointment today, I look forward to meeting you...
From a neurological point of view, when we discharge through talking, we are in essence, creating new neural pathways.
I am a psychotherapist specializing in individual therapy as well as couples counseling and group therapy. I offer both virtual (Skype/phone/FaceTime) and physical offices. Many poeple prefer the option of virtual meetings as they are able to save the time of coming and going to their appoinments.
Anxiety and Panic
Addiction and Substance Abuse Issues
Grief and Loss
Work and Career Issues
Substance Abuse and Recovery
General Life Issues- Life Coaching
I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to parenting support, couples counseling and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my client’s individual needs to help attain the personal growth they’re striving for.
Whether you are single or coupled, and facing a particular concern or simply wanting to find more fulfillment in your life — working with a skilled and experienced therapist helps. Explore this website to learn more about me and my approach to working as an individual, couple, group and marriage and family counselor.
Individual Therapy and Life Coaching offers a person a safe and harboring atmosphere to work on issues of concern. Often those issues may include career, family or love, often they may have to do with something else entirely, that's up to you to address as you deem necessary and I am able to help guide you through this process. Keep in mind that you are not alone and that help is available. Empirical evidence shows talking helps. It is what Sigmund Freud called "The Talking Cure".
Couple Therapy is an effective and powerful way to learn about yourself and your partner/spouse and improve your primary relationship. Bringing the two of you into therapy together creates an opportunity for listening, learning and growing with a third party who is impartial and objective. This often brings immediate relief due to the fact that now, you both know that there will be a recurring time to address issues that have come up during the week as well as the ones that built up over time. Being able to see and hear each other and interact in a secure and safe environment offers a strong potential for enhancing and/or transforming your relationship. Eventually you will both begin to feel freer and more at ease with communicating with each other. Previous and current conflicts and frustrations, as well as deeper needs and desires can be more effectively talked about. New patterns of communicating begin to replace older reactive patterns. These newer patterns are more collaborative and constructive and less destructive than the previous ones.
If you can do well in group, you can do well in life! Being in a group, in many ways, is like being in a family; a therapy group is a safe arena to explore and process one’s feelings. Group therapy is one of the best ways to help develop and maintain more satisfying relationships with others be they spouses, co-workers, friends, or family members. Over time, as group members talk about their thoughts and feelings with the other members in the group, patterns of behavior and interaction begin to emerge that echo similar situations in their lives outside group. By each member sharing their own unique perspective, group members begin to learn more about what gets in the way of having greater and more satisfying relationships, and they learn new ways of relating more openly and honestly.