Welcome to my Practice

If you’re visiting this page, you’re going through a difficult time and you’re trying to choose someone to help you navigate those difficulties. You may be feeling hopeless, confused, sad, and angry. You may be struggling at work and in your personal relationships. We all want a life where we feel productive, successful and enjoy our relationships. Choosing a therapist is an investment in yourself; it’s one of the most important choices you will make.

You’ve come to the right place. I see therapy as a collaborative process based on trust and safety. I will meet you where you are, creating a non-judgmental space, encouraging you to grow but in a way that is not overwhelming.

Ultimately, I see the purpose of therapy as helping you learn new skills, new ways of understanding yourself, and your relationships. The goal of therapy is for you to use these understandings to help you grow and change in positive ways. I understand that you don’t want to spend years in therapy; you want to get better and get back to your life. My focus is on maximizing our time together so that we make the most change in the least amount of time. Click here to schedule an appointment.



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Frequently Asked Questions

Why therapy?

Therapy is unique in its capability to both objectively and supportively help us look at ourselves.Therapy provides a space to dig deep and examine

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What can I expect in the first session when I see a therapist?

The first session, your treatment planning session, is focused on gaining an understanding of your unique needs and concerns.

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What should I expect from therapy?

Therapy sessions are scheduled time set aside to address your own needs and shape your own point of view.

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