A good place to start in your journey is with individual therapy. Together we can explore your goals, dreams and desires as well as learn about what is blocking you from the life you want and deserve.
Individual counseling is a process in which a client works one-on-one with a therapist in a safe, compassionate, and confidential environment in order to explore their thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and/or behaviors around challenging issues that they have faced in the past or presently face.
Family Therapy is helpful for all members in the family. All are able to begin to see how they affect each other in significant ways. Interactions are seen as important and family members are helped to move towards new ways of being with each other.
You may be suffering in your relationship; arguments and fighting may be occurring, and misunderstanding may persist night after night, or weekend after weekend. Either way, you are feeling that something may be lacking, and are interested in change. Talking helps. If things can be resolved in the treatment situation, they can typically be resolved in everyday life as well.
When you are ready, I encourage you to call. Our relationships are an essential and inescapable part of our lives. At times we develop unhealthy patterns within those relationships. Due to the complexity of relationships with ourselves and others additional support may be needed. Therapy can offer that guidance needed to develop more effective patterns and communication in those relationships. The most important thing for us to remember is that relationships start and end with ourselves.
Children & Adolescent Therapy
Adolescence is a particularly difficult time in our lifecycle. Adolescents become preoccupied with their internal world, a phenomenon called ‘adolescent egocentrism, and they believe that the feelings they are experiencing are unique to them. In addition, many teens feel that everyone is judging them, a phenomenon referred to as imaginary audience. Therapy helps adolescents to make a smoother transition into young adulthood and to deal with any number of problems.
I use a variety of toys, games, projects to get information from the child and teach and role model new ways of thinking, feeling, and acting.