Psychotherapy can help provide you with the necessary support  to overcome challenges you may face.  Scientific studies have shown that psychotherapy is an effective form of treating and managing mental illnesses and other emotional disorders.

As an experienced licensed clinical social worker, it is my honor to assist you in exploring your core issues and move toward a healthy and fulfilling life. Utilizing a variety of approaches, including EMDR, I will work with you to create a treatment plan that is customized to meet your unique circumstances.

With honesty and compassion I will work with you to create an open communication. The goal of our therapy sessions together, will be to help you develop the mental stability and strength needed to lead a healthy life. As you care more for yourself, you will find it easier to go through difficult times, as wells as become a more productive and happier person.

Therapy sessions are currently only being offered online via HIPPA compliant video conferencing and in an intensive EMDR setting. See information on intensive EMDR Therapy

Skills therapy can provide
  • Emotional management, including, but not limited to anger, jealousy, grief, and depression.
  • Coping mechanisms to allow you to work through situations which typically cause you anxiety, fear, or avoidance.
  • Stress-management techniques to handle everyday stressors such as with your job and relationships.
  • Skills and techniques to help you better navigate relationships or to work through relationship troubles.
  • Problem solving skills for you to enact when you encounter issues that you previously avoided such as social situations or public speaking.
  • Improving self-love, self-confidence, and body image.
  • Improving communication, listening skills, and the ability to speak up for yourself.
  • Understanding your own skills, strengths, and positive attributes and learning how to quiet your inner negative critic.
  • Resolving panic attacks or phobias.
  • Finding a resolution to the issue(s) that originally led you to therapy.

While the decision to begin therapy is an individual choice, in many regards it may be helpful for everyone. There are a wide variety of reasons to begin therapy – ranging from a diagnosed mental illness to managing daily stress to a transitional period of your life. It is your treatment plan that will vary based on your individual circumstances.

“Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start.” – Nido Ruben