My practice is eclectic. Some clients are working through trauma issues, while others are addressing difficulties coping with life transitions, relationship issues, anxiety and depression, substance abuse, or emotional instability.
Regardless of the reason for seeking therapy, I strive to understand your issues in the context of your unique experience rather than a pathological perspective. In other words, I do not see you as having something wrong with you or being broken.
As odd as it sounds, I want you to look forward to our sessions. We are focusing on you what you want and what need. Together, in the safe space of my office, we work through the issues that are troubling you. We identify the obstacles and figure out how you want to address them. I focus on helping you feel comfortable and safe to explore the issues that bring you.
My style is relaxed and engaged during our meetings. Sometimes we are discussing complicated and often painful subjects, despite that my clients to often find themselves laughing as they share their life with me. I am client-centered in my therapeutic approach – this means your ideas, needs and goals drive our session. Our time together is yours, and you deserve to get what you need from it.