Achieving Well-Being Through Counseling Services

In my sessions, I employ standard psychotherapy techniques, such as psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapy approaches. These approaches are collaborative and dialogue-based, which means we work together throughout the treatment process to develop healthy, effective habits and coping mechanisms.

I am a clinician who serves clients with a wide range of concerns, and I specialize in three key areas:

Anxiety Therapy and Depression Therapy.

Although anxiety and depression aren’t the same, they can seem similar and often occur simultaneously. They may also form a continuous cycle: Depression makes us anxious, and the anxiety can lead to depression.

  • Anxiety often manifests itself as excessive worry, panic or feelings of uneasiness. Sufferers experience extreme feelings in certain situations, which most of the population doesn’t.

  • Depression may express itself as a lack of joy, recurrent sadness or feelings of hopelessness. Depressed individuals may have low energy levels and feel overwhelmed by daily life.

Anxiety and depression therapy can help you reframe your perception of the world around you and provide effective coping mechanisms for mental, emotional and physical symptoms.

Couples Therapy and Family Therapy.

Wherever you and your partner fall on the relationship spectrum — dating, partnership, marriage, divorcing, co-parenting or raising children — psychotherapy helps change the way your family members interact, for better communication and a happier home.

Functional relationships are an important part of psychological health, and family and couples therapy can redefine and improve the roles and relationships of each family member.