Hi. I'm Glad You're Here.
I’m seeing my patients (individuals, and couples), remotely by secure video link.
And I’m also accepting new patients.
Spend some time here, get to know me; and if you want to learn more, feel free to text, call, or email.
Relationally Focused Therapy
My therapy practice is Relationally Focused, which means that it is the co-created relationship between us that is the healing force of the therapy.
How does this happen? The therapeutic sessions draw upon our experiences of the past and these sessions bring to light how these experiences get replayed in the present often without our knowing.
Whether it is a toxic relationship that keeps repeating over and over in our lives, whether it is the same debilitating anxiety that keeps getting in the way of our moving forward, or depression that casts a shadow over our prospects of joy; these past life experiences (whether in childhood or older) keep us stuck; maybe in an unsatisfying job, or in unhealthy relationships or in our addictions.
A New Chapter
Perhaps these experiences or genetics have led us into addictions as coping mechanisms, or have resulted in other ways that we dealt with the exterior world, but these mechanisms no longer work—in fact they
are causing pain—to yourself and to others. Or maybe we are looking to get in touch with the best parts of our being. Paying attention to all of these beliefs, thoughts, and emotions can help us change the stories that we tell ourselves. And a good therapeutic relationship can help us do that. It’s the beginning of a new chapter, a new story of our lives.
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