I provide psychotherapy for individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, managing stress, relationship strain, and work-related issues. I specialize in working with individuals who are successful in many aspects of life but have difficulty understanding and managing their emotions. I believe developing a deeper self-awareness and challenging automatic thoughts are important components of therapy.
My goal is to help you make concrete, observable changes in your life. I integrate aspects of cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, and solution-focused therapies, which have undergone extensive research and have consistently been proven to be efficacious. I will tailor a treatment plan to suit your needs that is:
- Skills-focused. You will learn a new skill set for managing your stress and taking effective action.
- Targeted. We will work toward concrete, specific goals that are meaningful and important to you.
- Action-oriented. Therapy sessions are important, but the real changes occur when you leave the office. I will assign you exercises and activities to do between therapy sessions and provide support when these are difficult.
- Data-driven. We will carefully and systematically measure your progress toward your goals.
People choose to come to therapy for different reasons. Some need to respond to unexpected challenges in their lives, while others are seeking self-exploration and personal growth. Therapy can provide support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping for depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, unresolved childhood issues, spiritual conflicts, and even creative blocks. No matter what your reason for seeking therapy, engaging in therapy means you are ready to work towards greater self-awareness and create positive change.