30+ Years Working With Individuals, Couples, Families, and Groups

When your own efforts at self-help aren’t enough, it’s often because you’re not in touch with your feelings.  People try everything they can in order to solve their difficulties on their own before calling a psychotherapist.

As a psychotherapist, I help create a comfortable, interactive and trusting relationship where troubling and sensitive issues can be safely explored and understood together.  I will share my thoughts and ideas about what has led to your difficulties and together we’ll resolve your issues.

It takes courage to look at yourself more deeply. My aim is to help you improve the aspects of your emotional life that are interfering with your happiness or success.

I Have Successfully Helped Clients experiencing:

  • Depression, loneliness and loss
  • Anxiety, worry and stress
  • Panic Disorders
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Obsessive/compulsive issues
  • Anger management issues
  • Intimacy and relationship problems
  • Career-related frustrations and concerns
  • Addictive behaviors such as eating disorders, sexual compulsive behavior, internet addiction, drugs or alcohol abuse, cutting.
  • Life transitions such as marriage, whether to have children, parenting, mid-life issues, etc.
  • Pregnancy and postpartum issues
  • Infertility

Regardless of the specific issue, psychotherapy generally involves helping you sort out the personal thoughts and feelings related to your difficulties – thoughts and feelings that can be confusing, conflicting, and even hidden.

What Benefits Can You Expect From Therapy?

The benefits of psychotherapy vary based on your issues and your motivation. But generally speaking, in our work together I can help you better yourself.  Whether short or long term, effective therapy will help you feel more alive and passionate within yourself, in your relationships and in your life endeavors. Psychotherapy can also help you develop a greater sense of clarity and purpose in how you think, feel and act.