I offer individual psychotherapy to adults with a range of concerns. These may include anxiety, depression, relational problems at home or work, healing from trauma, or overcoming codependency.
How I work
As an Integrative Psychotherapist, I tailor the therapeutic approach to you and your specific concerns. Throughout the course of therapy, we will check-in regularly to be sure we’re on the right track and you are receiving benefit.
Who I see for Individual Psychotherapy
While I see people for a variety of concerns, it seems that people find me most often for combinations of:
- Anxiety and Depression
- Codependency and difficulty maintaining boundaries with others
- Healing from early-life trauma, especially in adult children of addicted and/or narcissistic parents
- Big life changes, such as divorce or death of a loved one
- Repairing relationships with parents or spouses/life partners
It’s common for someone to come see me for very specific concerns, but then choose to continue in psychotherapy as they develop insight and become aware of longstanding patterns in their lives.
My therapeutic “home base” is a Relational Psychodynamic approach. This means that we explore how you got to your current situation, what understandings about the world you developed in your early-life experience, and how you relate to others in your life. This is typically where we begin as I get to know you and understand your reasons for coming to therapy, and then we adapt as needed from there.