For the past 25 years, I have worked hard to help many people improve their mental health and quality of life. Although I primarily use a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral techniques, I strive to maintain a highly individualized approach to therapy. My doctorate is in clinical psychology and my masters degree is in nutrition, a very helpful combination when working with people with depression, anxiety, stress, or eating disorders.
The therapeutic alliance is very important to me and I strive to build a strong working relationship characterized by compassion and humor. I find that being able to laugh together strengthens the therapy relationship.
Please call or email me for an individual, couples or family therapy consultation today.