I offer psychotherapy and counseling sessions for individuals, couples, and families as well as group therapy.

Why Therapy?
Therapy can alleviate distress and be an engaging journey of self growth to help you create a more fulfilling life.

What makes good therapy?
Elements include building a strong, collaborative bond between you and your therapist, having the freedom to talk openly without feeling judged, combined with therapeutic techniques that fit your needs and help you effect change.

With therapy, you can:
Explore your needs, wants, goals, values. Bring your life into alignment with them.

Develop greater self insight, learn new skills for living more fully, acquire concrete tools that can help to improve your self-image and self-esteem and quality of life.

Work on becoming “unstuck” with issues difficult to resolve, learn new behaviors, and workable solutions.

Improve your ability to communicate, express yourself, and enhance your personal and professional relationships.

Types of Therapy:

Couples therapy – can help improve the quality of your relationship, provide you with tools for resolving conflicts or help you identify and resolve long-standing patterns. Issues may include premarital or pre-commitment counseling, addressing lack of emotional and/or physical intimacy, infidelity, cultural differences, trust issues, communication difficulties, financial conflicts, and more. Couples can be married, dating, straight or gay.

Family therapy – can help resolve challenging relational difficulties including life-cycle transitions, conflicts, multi-generational issues, extended family struggles. Sessions may include work that relates to parent/child struggles, family communications problems, transitions accompanying loss, separation and divorce, power imbalances and more.

Individual therapy – provides an opportunity for you to talk about your thoughts and feelings in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Discussions may include a wide range of topics such as many of the issues listed below.

Areas in which I work include (but are not limited to):

  • Trauma, including 9/11, terrorism, combat trauma, accidents, childhood trauma, PTSD 
  • Domestic violence, sexual assault or incest and other abuse
  • Depression, phobias, panic and anxiety-related disorders
  • Eating disorders, body image
  • Sexual orientation and identity issues
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Chronic illness
  • Workplace challenges, career dilemmas
  • Stress reduction
  • Anger management
  • Self-esteem and enhancing your well-being
  • Diversity and Multiculturalism
  • Grief and loss