My work with adults comes with understanding, compassion and extensive training. I have years of experience working with

  • addiction
  • depression
  • post-partum depression
  • bipolar disorders
  • anxiety
  • panic disorders
  • trauma
  • relationships
  • parenting
  • family issues
  • and life transition concerning questions like: "What do I really want?" and "What is important to me?"

Psychotherapy is a process that offers ways to understand troubling experiences and relationships that result in unhappiness, disappointments, and dissatisfactions that build up over the course of life. Sometimes there comes a time, often at points of transition, when a careful review of one's life can help. Through this process of review, self reflection, and talking, those I work with find new ways to understand themselves. A new way of thinking, feeling, and living develops from putting in perspective those repeated disappointments and mistakes, or painful experiences from the past.

My approach to psychotherapy is an integrative and dynamic approach to the problems of life and relationships which creates opportunity for self awareness and understanding and leads to lasting change. The individuals I work with feel helped to get their life and relationships back on track. As a result, new ways of thinking and feeling make way for greater enjoyment of all areas of life: love, work and play.