Psychotherapy, often referred to as counseling or therapy, is a process of self-discovery and addressing painful patterns, thoughts, and feelings that are no longer working for you. I see it as a collaborative approach between my patients and me, where I serve as a guide to help you reach your particular goals. My responsibility to clients is that I be safe, honest, trustworthy, and competent. In a non-judgmental and supportive environment, you can begin to freely express your thoughts and feelings and in turn, gain clarity about how to better your quality of life.

If any of these thoughts, questions, or feelings plague your mind regularly, you can benefit from therapy:

  • I have so much trouble making decisions.
  • I’m so unhappy all the time.
  • I can’t seem to find a lasting relationship.
  • I feel anxious and scared often.
  • I’m not satisfied with my life.
  • I hate my job; should I change careers?
  • I wonder if I drink too much.
  • I can’t seem to get myself out of bed.
  • Why are my relationships stressing me out so much?
  • I wish I had more confidence.
  • I feel bad about myself most of the time and lonely.
  • It happened in my past, but why can’t I get over it?
  • My finances are really stressing me out.
  • Why am I so angry all the time?
  • I feel so unmotivated.
  • I struggle with food, and I’m scared.
  • I’m pregnant, and I’m terrified.

  • Why can’t my kids and I get along?
  • Will my life ever feel normal after my divorce or loss?