Struggling with anxiety, depression, substance use, loss, or pressures of life and work, can feel overwhelming.
Often times it feels like your friends and family can’t or won’t understand how you feel.
Everyone experiences this struggle at some point in their life. It is what you make of this situation that shifts the trajectory of your experience and your life. This is where therapy comes in.
I believe in the benefits of talk therapy, and incorporating practical skills into your everyday life in order to help manage your symptoms while continuing to juggle all life’s roles. I understand and believe in the importance of mental well-being when handling the pressures of an intense environment at work, school, or home.
I have extensive experience working with adults, and adolescents struggling w/ mental health issues. I believe in a collaborative approach in therapy and work from a psycho-therapeutic perspective, integrating DBT and CBT skills. My research interests include trauma and resiliency, specifically focusing on the development of PTSD, and the trajectories of potentially traumatic events.