Life can, at times, be messy and frustrating. Therapy can provide a safe place to process the challenges of living. Therapy can also help you examine how past patterns may be influencing your present difficulties.

The psychologist Erik Erikson wrote that at every stage of our lives there is the potential for a “new miracle of vigorous unfolding.” I help my patients grow and unfold into more self-aware, compassionate and courageous versions of themselves.

My therapeutic approach is warm, curious and collaborative. When working with individuals and couples, I draw on my training in interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emotionally focused couples therapy (EFT), and mindfulness.

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.” — Carl Rogers