How we can help
Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, social skills, or in interpersonal relationships we are here to help. Depending on your needs therapy can involve either you individually, you and your partner, or you and your family.
The most important relationship in your life is the relationship you have with yourself. Often though, when we feel stuck and unfulfilled our negative thoughts can run rampant and seem to be all consuming making our lives feel out of control. These thoughts and feelings greatly affect our personal relationship with ourselves and our relationships with others and we may feel inclined to blame other people in our lives or even just give up. But there is hope and you are taking the right step by asking for help. Through our work together in individual therapy I can help you work through the difficulty that you are experiencing in your life, provide the support you might need and assist you if you wish to make some kind of change to enable you to have the fulfilling life you deserve. I work with many adults and adolescents who want to re-establish their inner strength, gain control to better problem solve and reduce negative thoughts and feelings and rebuild their self-esteem.
Family Therapy or Couples Therapy
The work that I do with families and couples can be equally as important as individual therapy depending on each person’s needs. My approach to family therapy takes into account the family as a whole with a strong focus on communication. My role is not to disrupt or judge your family unit, rather I see my role as one in which I am able to take a strong look at your family dynamic and help you achieve the therapeutic goals that are in line with your own personal values. Family therapy includes discussion and problem-solving sessions with every member of the family. Some sessions are done as a group, in couples, or one on one. Family or couples therapy can also be helpful when one of the family member’s physical or mental health is directly affecting the family dynamic or the well being of significant relationships. In therapy, we will take a look at and examine the interpersonal relationships shared among family members while strengthening communication.