• Adults

    I work with adults from various backgrounds. I consider individuals in their entirety and emphasize the mind-body connection. The goal of therapy is to reconstruct assumptions and goals and align them with fulfilling one’s purpose in life. Therapy can reveal influences from childhood. The things we are taught as children shape our adult behaviors and at times we don’t realize …

  • Couples

    Couples therapy is a way to help two individuals learn to work together as a unit and strengthen specific areas within their relationship. Couples come to therapy for various reasons, including, intimacy issues, verbal or emotional abuse, different lifestyle beliefs, infidelity, and neglect of the relationship. In my experience working with couples, distrust and lack of communication tend to …

  • Families

    Addressing family issues involve facilitating effective communication. Arguments can negatively impact the family bond causing members to isolate from each other. This can lead to unhealthy sibling rivalries and alliances. My goal is to help reduce past and present issues, balance togetherness with individual identity, improve communication skills, and increase the health of the family system. Sessions are practical …

  • Teenagers

    Teenagers deal with an array of challenges that can shape who they become as adults. When working with teenagers, I have found that attention seeking, power, revenge, and inadequacy can drive misbehavior. This is why it is so important in therapy to get their views on what the presenting problem is. We reflect on their feelings …