Do you experience intense sorrow or pain regarding the loss of your loved one? Do you have trouble focusing on anything else but your loved one’s death? Do you focus on reminders of your loved one or excessively avoid reminders of your loved one? Do you have difficulty accepting the death, or feel numb or bitter about the loss?
Are you feeling anxious, depressed, or angry? Or maybe even all of the above?
I use cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, complicated grief therapy, and other evidence-based approaches to help individuals struggling with grief, depression, anger, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, low self-esteem, assertiveness, relationships, feeling overwhelmed or stressed, as well as a variety of other emotional difficulties.
My approach is nonjudgmental, genuine, and gentle, yet straightforward. I use several evidence-based treatment methods to collaborate with my clients. Being a therapist gives me a sense of satisfaction and meaning because I can use my skills and love of psychotherapy to contribute to the well being of others. I truly enjoy walking side by side with my clients as they learn to understand and cope with their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and gain or renew the ability to live joyful, satisfying, and meaningful lives.