Psychotherapy provides a forum to communicate, organize, and manage thoughts and feelings. Our work together will focus on the expression and examination of emotion, exploration of avoidances, and the identification of recurring themes and adaptive and maladaptive patterns of behavior. Typically, people come to my practice seeking relief from a variety of concerns such as depression, anxiety, gender/sexual identity concerns, grief and loss, trauma, professional stress, persistent interpersonal difficulties and phase of life concerns.
People often seek couples counseling for a variety of reasons and at different stages within their relationships. My objective is to create an impartial and non-judgmental space where we can work together to be curious about patterns of behavior and communication and better understand the underlying conflict. Couples often seek my services prior to getting married, as a result of persistent ongoing conflict, when opening a relationship, during major life events such as childbirth or infidelity, and when coping with the decision to separate or divorce.
Supervision provides an opportunity for practicing clinicians to strengthen or learn new skills. I have extensive experience providing supervision of psychotherapy and supervision technique.