I believe that the basic foundation of therapy is a good relationship between therapist and client. By creating a warm, supportive and non-judgmental environment, real change begins to occur. Depending on the personal issue of the client, I like to utilize and combine other approaches that benefit the client. These include a family systems approach, psychodyhamics, humanistic, cognitive behavioral, spiritually and Jewish thought.
I treat individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, divorce, children and adolescent issues, social issues, self esteem, parenting, relationship issues, and acculturation difficulties.
I have facilitated different types of groups such as social skills and ADHD groups, parenting and self-esteem groups for adolescents. In addition, I was also trained in conflict mediation at Loyola Law School and taught conflict resolution skills to school age children. I look forward to working with you.