I practice from a relational perspective, which simply means being aware of how the relationships you’ve experienced in your life might influence your current choices, behaviors, or thought patterns. I am also focused on the present and we will take a deeper look at how patterns may or may not serve you moving forward. My aim is to help you learn the skills and tools you need to make lasting, sustainable change and become more satisfied with the relationships in your life. Relational therapy is helpful for people experiencing distress in social, intimate, family and professional relationships.
I offer either a free 30 minute phone consultation or a free 30 minute in-person consultation to see if we are a good fit.
There are several tools that I use to help folks make behavior changes, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness. We’ll use what works best for you.
Individual Therapy: Let’s talk. Whether it’s navigating a career transition, experiencing the waves of bereavement, or developing strategies to combat depression and anxiety: individual therapy can help. I am warm, engaging and genuinely invested in your healing and growth.
Couples Therapy: Relationships need support because they are a complex, dynamic entity. Our own individual “stuff” can get in the way and the couple benefits when each person takes stock of what they’re bringing to the relationship. Whether you’re looking to reduce conflict and usher in harmony and closeness, or are feeling “fed up” with patterns and blocks: couples therapy can help. I use Gottman Method Couples Therapy in my work with couples. I welcome couples and throuples, as well as those in alternative relationship structures including ethical non-monogamy.
My specialties include:
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Pansexual, Queer or Questioning
Transgender, Intersex, Gender-Nonconforming, Genderqueer and Gender Variant
Disability and differently-abled identified
Polyamory and responsible non-monogamy
I also treat:
Grief and loss
Depression and Anxiety
Self-Esteem and Self-Judgement
Intimate Partner Violence - Domestic Violence
Career and Major Life Transitions