Making the decision to seek support can be a difficult task and shows courage. Opening up and sharing your private thoughts, emotions, fears, and experiences with a therapist can be frightening. However within a trusting, confidential, and healthy therapeutic relationship it can also be rewarding and a great benefit. I make it a point to never take for granted the gift clients give in revealing their personal history in the context of therapy. I endeavor to assist you in gaining insight, use new approaches to aid in making positive adjustments in your interpersonal, family, social, and work life.
My goal is to collaborate with each client, where you are as an individual. To do this I believe an eclectic approach grounded in CBT, person centered therapy, and a psychodynamic perspective allows for flexibility in meeting client’s specified goals.
Lasting healing comes from profound self-exploration, insight, a willingness to adapt, and self-acceptance. There are no guarantees or quick fixes it will take time, grit, and true participation from both of us. No amount of therapy can undo the past, but when we are successful you will hopefully be able to live within your truth, fully embracing life.