Take Your First Step Towards A Brighter Future Today

I provide counseling for adults that improves both their moods and lives.

Are you depressed? Have anxiety? Struggling with relationship problems, addiction or an eating disorder?

For more than 10 years now, I have helped clients triumph over these struggles. And I believe that you should feel some change or improvement with every session.

That’s why I’m not interested in talking in circles when I sit down with you. I want to help you get to the bottom of your problems and solve them as quickly as possible.

So we’ll work together to find out what needs to be dealt with, and then create a specific blueprint made just for you.

Looking for therapy for a particular problem? Click the options below for more information.

What Is Therapy Like? What Can I Expect?

Clients frequently feel some relief immediately after their first session!

Expressing your thoughts and feelings freely can bring clarity to a seemingly intractable problem that’s been spinning around in your head.

And really being listened to can be a powerful and life-changing experience.

It can trigger deep emotions and provide insight into the cause of your problems as well as potential solutions. This applies whether you are working with me to improve your relationships or get relief from depression or anxiety.

But there is more to individual therapy than having someone to listen.

I will provide you with clear feedback and strategies to improve your life.

Together, we will design a plan for tackling your difficulties. While you might be aware of your own self-defeating patterns, breaking free of them requires more.

I can help you connect with painful, entrenched emotions that have previously inhibited your growth. You will discover that your demons stop chasing you because now you are chasing them! At that point, real change and emotional freedom becomes possible.

Several of my clients have told me that they feel a lasting change within 3-6 months of weekly sessions, but length of time varies with the individual’s needs.

Why Psychotherapy?

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that at least 25% of Americans meet the criteria for a psychological disorder during any given year.

Does this mean that the other 75% are doing great? Probably not.

Untreated mental health problems frequently worsen over time and eventually seriously impact each and every aspect of an individual’s life, through divorces, job problems, substance abuse issues and various other ways.

Unlike medication, which simply helps you deal with the symptoms, psychotherapy provides an opportunity to address and heal the root causes, allowing you to recover from anxiety, depression and other mental health problems while also teaching you to get better at relationships.

Better relationships, better life. It’s actually that simple. Whatever hinders the full enjoyment of your life, prevention is worth a pound of cure, and then some.