Perhaps you notice that your relationships -- be it with your family, partner, job-- play out in similar ways again and again, or that the same activities that once brought you pleasure now feel like a burden. It might be a very specific issue or crisis that brings you to therapy, but just as often it's a vague feeling of loss, anguish, or frustration with yourself and the world around you.
I often describe my work as consulting for the mind. My job is to skillfully help you gain insight, self-awareness, and the ability to try out new ways of being. This leads to lasting behavior change, resilience and a feeling of purpose.
Clients who seek me out often struggle with self-doubt, anxiety, substance use, obsessional thinking and traumatic memories that may connect to current concerns about career stagnation, relationship satisfaction, and cultural identity. My style is honest and direct.