There are times in life that a person needs the support and trained attention that can best be provided by individual psychotherapy.
Depression, anxiety, feelings of emptiness, inappropriate guilt and anger and the often ensuing social isolation and/or relationship problems are some of the most painful experiences in life.
At times, life changes and factors create stressors that affect us profoundly. Chronic stress or traumatic stress can lead to physical, as well as, interpersonal suffering. Studies are showing that untreated, these emotional stressors can translate into physical symptoms of disease.
Psychotherapy can help one who is depressed to find joy in living.
Anxiety can be transformed into peace and confidence. Fulfillment can replace emptiness. Inappropriate guilt can be transformed into a sense of responsibility and self acceptance. Relationships can become sources of harmony, play and creativity.
A safe environment is created between us to explore your feelings and find deep healing. My approach combines empathic heart-centered presence with over 25 years experience in helping people deal with all facets of the human heart and condition.
I often use concrete tools to help you deal with depression and anxiety as well as learning how to listen to yourself on a deeper level.