Relationships are key—in life and in therapy. I provide a
therapy that is characterized by immediacy, emotional presence,
warmth, and safety. Whether it is in a one-to-one or group setting,
we will work together to build a dynamic partnership that explores
and addresses one's concerns and needs.
For therapy to be successful, one must truly want to change the
things in one's self and life that are not working. Sometimes change
is hard, and people need the ongoing support and nurturance that
a therapeutic relationship can provide. I usually recommend that
people come in and spend an hour with me to see if what I have to
offer feels right for them.
People in my practice grow closer to each other (in groups) and
to me as we work together, laugh together, and cry together. Most
important, they grow closer to themselves ... become more alive
... and find themselves living the life they know they are meant