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Whether you are an individual, a couple, or a family seeking guidance, my therapy sessions are
designed to meet the unique needs of each client.  

In my approach to therapy, I use a psychodynamic framework, such as object relations and attachment theory, to help understand how one's past impacts their present.  Within this model, a person can develop insight into conscious and unconscious thoughts, negative patterns and experience transformation.  For more driven and short-term change, I also incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapies, and mindfulness activities where we collaboratively develop effective methods for change.  Together, we journey towards increased awareness and compassion for our past, present and future selves.


When working with couples, I place a high priority on creating a safe space by being a neutral and supportive third party. I believe everyone has a unique history, where individuals recreate unresolved issues and attachment styles which often lead them to experience difficulties in communication, to lose trust, and to get stuck in negative and unhealthy relationship patterns. I help couples gain insight and together we work towards establishing better boundaries and roles while fostering intimacy, empathy and an understanding of one another.


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy) is an empirically proven therapy that is one of the most effective ways to treat trauma. It helps people rewire the connections between thoughts and emotions, thereby reprocessing their perceptions, feelings, and thoughts associated with traumatic experiences and events in their lives.  I typically practice a combination of a psychodynamic talk therapy with EMDR to assist clients in overcoming trauma.  EMDR can also be used as a separate therapy altogether. 

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