Therapy can be a rich and powerful experience of growth and change. Through an exploration of patterns of thoughts and behaviors, we can uncover a more authentic you; one freer from the stuck feelings of repetitive, discouraging patterns, and one grounded in a more comfortable sense of self.
Depression, anxiety, grief, and shame, are often some of the core emotions underlying the issues that bring people to therapy. Our minds and bodies naturally want to move us away from these pains. Yet to achieve a lasting remedy of these problems, a compassionate acknowledgement and ‘digestion’ of one’s emotional life can follow pain to be resolved.
I have a diverse training within the depth, psychoanalytic perspective, drawing on a humanistic approach as well as a faith in our minds abilities to seek integration and healing.
I encourage you to contact me for an initial consult to see if I can be helpful.