In a compassionate setting, therapy can help you feel more fully alive and more satisfied with your life. I work with individuals and couples, inclusive of all partner and family configurations. Individual therapy can help ease anxiety and depression. Communication and intimacy are common concerns for couples. Sometimes the initial focus involves attempting to restore trust.
As the author and family therapist Virginia Satir said: "Life is not what it's supposed to be. It's what it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference."
An experienced individual and couples therapist with a humanistic approach.
My experience includes helping clients explore their inner selves, as well as their relationships with others. I am a relationship and relationship trauma therapist. Often our distress occurs within the context of how we relate. Therapy can provide a place to explore your loss, sadness, anxieties, a traumatic past, and relationship challenges and disappointments.
The Gottman Method
The Gottman Method is a research-based approach for strengthening relationships. The three goals of Gottman Couples Therapy are decreasing conflict, enhancing the couple’s friendship, and helping partners create the significance of their relationship. The Gottman Method is an affirmative therapeutic approach for all racial, economic, and religious backgrounds, sexual orientations, and cultural traditions.