What I provide…
I offer individual and couples relational, client-centered psychotherapy which is a process that can help you to explore your feelings and life circumstances within a safe, confidential and understanding therapeutic relationship.
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People often feel relieved that they can talk freely and confidentially about their lives and the difficulties they are facing with a psychotherapist whose full attention is directed towards their particular experience. Friends, partners and family can be essential support systems in peoples’ lives; however, as a relational psychotherapist I provide a unique relationship whose focus is to work collaboratively with you to understand, explore, sort out and heal the trouble in your life.
How long will it take?
Psychotherapy is a process and it takes time and effort for deeply engrained feelings to be explored and to change. Change happens gradually, sometimes out of your awareness. In the relational psychotherapeutic process we will co-create new meanings of how you are in relationships and what relationships mean to you. Eventually, you will notice that you are living these new meanings, and experiencing a greater capacity to live from a place of authenticity, self-assurance and joy.
A happy, fulfilled life will always contain challenges. Our work together will not remove life’s challenges, but will support you through them and help you to discover more satisfying ways of addressing them.
Who do I work with?
I work with adults and youth (ages 16 +) who are struggling with:
- Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
- Suicidal thinking
- Grief and loss
- Relationship troubles
- Job or school related stress
- Abusive relationships
- Body image
- Childhood and/or family issues