There are many forms of therapy, each of which are helpful in their own way. I offer individual, couples, and group psychotherapy to address a range of issues, from depression to addiction to relationship problems. The sections below provide brief descriptions of each form of therapy I offer. You may also visit the American Psychiatric Association's website to learn more about psychotherapy, evidence for therapeutic effectiveness, and strategies for selecting a therapist.
Individual therapy offers an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of yourself while working to address any problems you bring forward. I work to enhance awareness of your feelings, thoughts, and behavior patterns; resolve inner conflicts that prevent you from reaching your goals; and empower you to live an authentic and meaningful life.
Couples counseling offers an opportunity for you and your partner to feel heard and understood by one another while working through impasses, difficulties in communication, or infidelity. I work to empower each of you to take responsibility for your behaviors and feelings, communicate honestly and respectfully, and learn how to support one another more effectively.
Group psychotherapy provides a unique opportunity to encounter yourself in a safe social environment and learn about yourself in relationship to others. Process groups allow members to understand the way they affect other people, make sense of recurrent difficulties in relationships, enhance communication skills, and learn how to connect with others.