Seeking help is the first step to living a fuller life.
Individual psychotherapy may be seen as a journey of self-exploration. Occasionally when we take a moment to reflect on our lives we discover something is missing. At other times we may find ourselves stuck in moods and patterns we want to process and heal. However, this is often a difficult process and many times impossible to accomplish alone. In individual therapy you may choose a long or short-term self-exploration during which you can process life’s challenges such as depression and anxiety; life-transitions such as job loss, divorce, midlife-crisis; improving the quality of the relationship you have with yourself and others. Putting time aside to work toward finding meaning in life and reaching your potential, although difficult, is an important step toward embracing life’s challenges and healing. During sessions, more than one approach may be used together ensuring a more holistic and well-rounded treatment such as Psychodynamic and/or Cognitive therapy, Phase Oriented Trauma Therapy and/or Jungian Psychotherapy. In my work with you I always consider the interconnectedness of mind, body and spirit. I also prefer to work with your psychiatrist, if you have one, to ensure the continuity of your care.