Firmly based in the precepts of classical psychodynamic psychotherapy, my counseling work is informed by concepts from relational therapy, structural family therapy and cognitive behavioral theory. Individual Psychotherapy: Individual work proceeds with the understanding that clients are aware of the importance and necessity of resolving underlying conflicts in order to free energy and reach untapped potential. By clarifying unconscious patterns of thought and behavior, clients are able to make different choices and create new outcomes for their lives.
Group Therapy: Group dynamics creates an ideal "laboratory" for understanding our relational patterns and habits. Group members make a commitment to show up for themselves and other members in order to offer support and model new behaviors. Couples Counseling: Couples benefit from structured time to discuss their relationship and practice new ways of communicating to reduce conflict. Life Coaching: A highly-focused and time-limited approach to setting goals and taking action.