I am experienced in working with a broad range of people and issues. My approach keeps in mind that as human beings we have both a rational and known, and also unconscious and unseen aspects of ourselves. Through a collaborative nonjudgmental effort, we will together explore the limiting perspectives, thoughts, habits, and behaviors that leave you feeling dissatisfied with yourself and your relationships. I assist individuals with many types of problems including:
PTSD and Trauma
Issues related to creativity
Adjustment to Life transitions
Spiritual and Multicultural concerns
What to expect in Individual Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy is about change. When we see a therapist, we reveal aspects of ourselves that we normally don’t show other people. In order for change to occur–for therapy to work, it is essential that you feel safe, welcome, and understood. My role as a therapist is to be attentive to your concerns and to help you understand yourself–your feelings, your thoughts, and your behavior. This can be challenging and why the choice of therapists is so important.
I am not bound by any particular theory or technique although I have training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, Jungian Analysis, Cognitive Therapy, and mindfulness-based approaches. My goal is to meet you where you are so I may use a variety of approaches depending on your needs.
Sessions are 55 minutes in length.
Pleas allow at least 24 hours notice if you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Failure to do so will result in being charged for the missed appointment.
I do provide a free 15 minute phone consultation on request prior to your making an initial appointment.
For further information or to schedule an appointment you can contact me at
713 528-0315 or you can send me an email.