In my time working with patients, I have noticed two common denominators. Suffering and change. We all suffer in our own way. Wants we cannot have. Love that is unreciprocated. Thoughts that won’t leave us alone. These things are the inherent challenges of life. The magnitude of our suffering is matched only by the capacity we have for change. To change our mood. To change our way of thinking. To change the way we interact with others. To change the way we interact with ourselves. No matter the change, it starts with knowing it is possible and identifying the first step needed. Reach out today and we will take that first step.
I have experience working with individuals with anxiety, depression, trauma, personality disorders, relationship issues, and many other concerns. Using an eclectic style of therapy, I pull from different approaches to meet the needs and goals of each person. Underlying any approach is a culturally competent foundation of empathetic support.
In session, you will have a safe place to process and learn how to cope with what is happening outside of session. You will be supported unconditionally. Together, we will work to better understand the changes that are needed to be the best version of yourself.