CARING, COLLABORATIVE, AND PRACTICAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
FOR ADULTS, TEENS, AND COUPLES
People often come to me because they feel stuck. They see themselves as ineffective, unable to overcome negative beliefs about themselves or the world. They may struggle to find common ground in relationships, or are caught in destructive patterns that interfere with the ability to lead a balanced and successful life.
Others come in search of meaning. They have a sense of something deeper, or of potential that is waiting to be fulfilled, yet they don’t know themselves well enough to realize what is possible.
In over 15 years as a psychotherapist, I have come to appreciate the wisdom of every individual to succeed over what seem like insurmountable obstacles. I believe the personal challenges you face have roots in, and can be met with your natural abilities. Psychotherapy invites a process of recognizing and appreciating your best self, exposing resilience, and freeing yourself from the barriers to fulfillment.
My goal is to provide a compassionate space in which we collaborate to reveal your potential. I take an interactive approach, which means I listen attentively, partner with you to explore your concerns, and share my observations and experience to promote self-awareness, confidence, healing, and growth. My interventions are tailored to address your specific needs, and include techniques from cognitive behavioral, interpersonal, feminist, and humanistic psychotherapies.
HELP FOR SPECIFIC NEEDS
I offer clinical assessments, consultation, and lifestyle coaching in addition to brief and long-term psychotherapy for individuals and couples. Treatment recommendations are personalized, and take into account the nature of your concerns, treatment goals, relevant personal history, and other resources available to you.
For more information about my services, please visit my specialties pages on cognitive behavioral therapy for depression and anxiety, identifying and treating social anxiety disorder, addressing the lifestyle and mental health connection, support for same sex relationships, and my approach with teens and young adults.
HOW TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
You may contact me by telephone at 510-265-4585, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also use “Send a Message” on my Contact page. Before we schedule an appointment, I will ask that we speak briefly by phone to discuss your concerns, as well as address questions you may have about me, or about psychotherapy.