I currently provide therapy for individual adults and couples and I provide psychological assessments. When I work with individuals in therapy, I tailor my approach to meet the individual needs of each client. In general, I classify myself as a relational psychodynamic therapist who uses various techniques from other theoretical orientations in order to adapt my approach to fit each client’s needs. Some of these concepts come from cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and Rogerian therapy. I believe change happens through a trusting and empathic relationship developed over a period of time. History seems to repeat itself, so it is important for me to know about each person’s past in order to help him or her become healthier in the now and the future.
I provide individual therapy to adults who struggle with a variety of concerns. Specifically, I help people with concerns regarding relationships, a variety of disabilities, personal growth, and eating concerns.
• Learning Disabilities
• Anxiety and Depression
• Personality Assessments
Couples Therapy and Assessments
Whether a couple has been together for a few months or has been married for over 40 years, therapy can help provide a neutral ground to address the strengths and weaknesses within any relationship and help provide ways to communicate better so that each partner can experience a better life.
If you are interested, I can provide you access to an online inventory PREPARE/ENRICH. Each partner fills out a worksheet that provides great insight about your relationship. After the online assessment is completed by both partners a printout will be sent to me. Then, I will meet with the couple to discuss the results of the assessment and provide therapy to discuss current strengths and weaknesses within the relationship and help each couple identify and overcome current or potential hurdles.