I chose to become a mental health professional because I believe in the healing potential of psychotherapy. One of the many aspects that I appreciate about my job is that each client is unique and so are their reasons for presenting to therapy. I enjoy getting to know my clients and I consider it a great privilege to be trusted in the therapeutic process.
I strive to establish a strong therapeutic alliance with my clients to support them as they move toward their unique goals. My approach to therapy is integrative. I seek to provide a supportive and collaborative atmosphere to explore one’s presenting concerns and treatment goals, and I invite clients to consider empirically-supported principles of change and tasks that may facilitate new insights and actions that are helpful and consistent with those goals.
• Emotion-Focused Therapy
• Post-Traumatic Stress
• Mood Disorders
• Schema Therapy
• Interpersonal Process Approach
• Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
• Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)