Psychotherapy (or talk therapy) helps people with a range of emotional issues and mental health challenges.
Communication is the cornerstone here. Your therapist will listen and ask questions that help you understand your feelings. By learning what makes you feel positively, you will become better equipped to cope with or adapt to difficult situations. The ultimate goal of psychotherapy is to help you define the path you want for your life and clarify how to get there.
Communication-oriented and person-centered. We will focus on exploring and building on your strengths while incorporating therapeutic techniques that facilitate personal growth, positive change, and a path to healing. Anxiety | Depression | Panic | Childlessness | Spirituality | Transition | Self-esteem | Stress | Anger Management | Suicidal Ideation | Borderline Personality | Co-dependency | Grief | Trauma
Relational and solutions-focused. Family therapy means giving each member a voice to be heard, respected, and understood in a safe, controlled environment. By moving toward conflict resolution, families can establish more productive communication patterns and maintain respectful boundaries. Mental health & behavioral challenges | Bullying | Abuse | ADHD | Learning issues | Blended families | Gender identity | Racial identity
Insight-oriented, attachment-based, and solutions-focused. Effective therapy starts with taking an honest, structured inventory of your relationship. Positive, effective, and sustainable change CAN happen when couples commit to modifying dysfunctional behavioral patterns, tackling issues fairly and honestly as they arise, and nurturing a more resilient partnership. Betrayal | Abuse | Co-dendency | Anger Management | Situational Stress | Illness
Addiction usually goes deeper than a physical dependence on drugs, alcohol or food. The COVID-19 pandemic multiplies the challenges for people with substance use disorders and in recovery. Individual therapy is essential to the recovery process—helping you deal with depression, recognizing triggers to relapse, and motivating you to maintain abstinence.
Dealing with death and loss is an inevitable part of life. In these extraordinary times, many are wandering through the uncharted territory of grieving loved ones without the traditional rituals of closure. How we cope with the intense emotions of mourning vary from person to person. Talking to an experienced therapist can help you work through the grieving process and address obstacles to your grieving in a safe space.
2020 will be defined by upheaval and stress. COVID-19, massive job loss, a bitter election, ongoing racial injustice. Taken alone, each of these create fear and anxiety. As we wonder what the future holds, dark images can overwhelm and isolate us. It has never been more important to cope with stress in a productive way. I'm here. We're all in this together.