I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and approved Clinical Supervisor. I offer psychotherapy to women, men, couples, and older adolescents. I respect and utilize therapeutic approaches from a variety of perspectives, but primarily draw from psychodynamic and psychoanalytic thinking.
I am often asked what kinds of people I work with and what kinds of issues I see in my office. Though my work over the years has found me sitting with people experiencing a broad range of issues – anxiety, depression, shame and low self-esteem, complex trauma, abuse, parenting struggles, gender and sexuality, issues of faith and spirituality, character disorders, grief and loss, disordered eating, relationship problems (to name a few) – the value in what I have to offer as a therapist is the way in which I work with people rather than the expertise or knowledge I may (or may not) bring to any given issue.
If you are struggling in your life, in your relationships, with others, with yourself, you are not alone. People struggle. Hope, healing, change and transformation is possible.