Developing a supportive relationship with my clients is fundamental to my practice of psychotherapy.

My approach is primarily psychodynamic, which means that we explore together what is going on in your life right now and discover how your past plays a role in your current relationships and thought patterns.

I believe that we all develop coping mechanisms that help us deal with our relationships in childhood but these might prevent us from developing healthy relationships as adults. By engaging in a safe and trusting relationship with me, you can explore new ways of reflecting and interacting that will lead to a happier and more fulfilling life.

What we talk about during each session is confidential and private. The time is yours and the focus will be on what you want to bring to the session.

As a psychotherapist, I work with individuals who are struggling with issues such as:

Depression

Post-Traumatic Stress

Excessive Worrying

Recurring Patterns in Relationships

Lack of Motivation and Purpose

Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Loss and Grief

Separation or Divorce

Addictions

Anger Issues

Career Transitions

Job or School Stress

Body Image Issues

Trauma and Abuse

Be patient to all that is unsolved in your heart
and try to love the questions themselves.
-Rainer Maria Rilke

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