I work with individuals who are seeking greater wholeness and overall wellness in their lives. Sometimes this state of being is interrupted by depression, anxiety, grief and loss, neurological challenges, parenting struggles, spiritual questions, or significant life transitions; all of which can be addressed within a professional therapeutic relationship.
I work with a range of individuals who have been labeled with anxiety, depression, suicidal tendencies, sleep disorder, panic disorder, and PTSD. My hope is to help clients break free from the weight of these labels by discovering their resilience and therefore, creating balance in their lives. I see my clients as the richly complex beings they are, rather than primarily a diagnosis to be addressed. Because of this perspective, I base the therapeutic approach I use on the individual person’s needs.
I have worked with people who are in the midst of transition and loss, whether of a relationship, a recent death, a change in the family, or an employment issue. Psychotherapy is also a valuable tool for healing in your recovery from loss since it provides a stabilizing influence when other things in a person’s life change, challenge, and become chaotic.
Low self-worth is another obstacle many sensitive people face in the highly competitive modern world. If you are the kind of person who is often more critical and harsh with yourself than with others, I want to help you find your internal strength and resilience to overcome that often unfair, self-critic. Together, we can explore the idea that imperfection is part of the human experience, and it is something that all human beings share. Using compassion, openness, and acceptance, I can be your guide to helping you find peace with yourself.