As an Integrative Psychotherapist, I offer a holistic approach to therapy that attends to the various dimensions of human experience, including mind, body, spirit, and relationships. While the psychodynamic and attachment perspectives guide my work, I also draw upon object-relations, somatic techniques, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and other evidence-based practices depending on the specific needs and preferences of each individual client. I have extensive experience in mindfulness and meditation for emotional regulation, focus, and stress reduction.

I value trust and transparency in the relationship between us. My approach is supportive and non-judgmental and practices compassion and kindness. You are seen as a whole person, rather than a diagnosis or problem. My approach is to actively listen to my clients and ask questions in order to fully understand each person’s life story, experiences, circumstances, and reasons that they are seeking therapy.I also offer my thoughts, feedback, and observations. Through this interactive process, I work with each client to understand themselves and their issues in order to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to their specific needs.

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What to Expect

The first few sessions will be spent discussing what brought you to psychotherapy and what issues I might be able to assist you with. During this initial phase, we will discuss a plan moving forward, creating a road map for the therapeutic process. Psychotherapy can be time-limited, or an ongoing process of deep personal healing and growth. Together, we will establish mutually agreed-upon psychotherapy goals.

A typical session is 50 minutes, however, longer sessions are available. Our goals and roadmap for therapy will determine what I recommend for session length and frequency.

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Therapeutic Specialties

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