Learning from the past and living in the present can lead to inner balance, harmony with those around us, and effective solutions to problems.  Cultivating awareness of your thoughts and behaviors allows you the opportunity to make better choices and be an active participant in your life.

Psychotherapy provides a safe, supportive and confidential way for people to effectively make changes in their lives and move past difficult periods.  It can help you discover long lasting, and personalized solutions to your problems and bring about meaningful and positive change in your life.

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Couples

Learn new skills and develop ways to avoid the negative patterns that keep you from maintaining harmony, happiness and fulfillment in your relationship.

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Benefits of Psychotherapy

  • Reduction of symptoms
  • More satisfaction out of life
  • Identifying new ways of coping
  • Improved communication skills and relationships
  • Support
  • Enhanced quality of life
  • Building self esteem
  • Learning the how trauma, stress, anxiety and feelings have affected you
  • Healing from painful experiences
  • Personal Growth

Mind-Body Treatments

Mind-Body treatments along with problem solving/skills building therapeutic approaches are used in my work with individuals, couples and groups.

Thoughtful and sensitive care is offered to those dealing with issues related to:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors
  • Trauma
  • Grief and Loss
  • Sexual Issues
  • Transitions
  • Stress Reduction
  • Relationships
  • LGBT

Anyone Can Benefit from Psychotherapy

Our clients are as diverse as the issues they are looking to resolve.

We work with Business Professionals, Artists, Performers, Administrative Assistants, Chemists, Lawyers, Graphic Designers, Copy Editors, Doctors, Writers, Construction Workers, Military Families, Teachers, Mental Health Professionals and many others.  They come from all walks of life, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, and communities.

No problem is too big or too small to discuss.  Let’s talk.