Individual Psychotherapy

Maintaining emotional balance is a necessary part of a productive life, but everyday challenges can prevent us from achieving this.

Personal talk-therapy can help.

Together we will address your unique situation non-judgementally while you learn more about your strengths and capacities, as well as those aspects of yourself that get in your way.

In addition to everyday challenges, I also provide professional psychotherapy to individuals dealing with issues in the areas of depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse, family and relationship difficulties, crisis management, infidelity, bereavement, and gender identity issues. I integrate a variety of therapeutic techniques that are best suited to your specific needs.

Emotional well-being depends on having satisfying mutual relationships.

What’s holding you back in your life?

Perhaps you are you having trouble connecting with someone romantically….or you may be experiencing feelings of dissatisfaction, or anger. Psychotherapy can help you learn what is important to you and how to achieve it. Emotional distress is often rooted in the patterns of our personal life experiences. Exploring these experiences, with professional support, can strengthen and vitalize relationships.
We can work together to help you take control of your life and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills.

Issues that you may wish to address:

– Feelings of dissatisfaction
– Stress
– Worry
– Depression
– Sexuality
– Conflict
– Grief
– Anger
– Anxiety
– Family Conflicts

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy is commonly referred to as ‘talk therapy’ and it focuses on how your life experiences have impacted you positively as well as in ways that have become challenging for you. Psychotherapy can help resolve past traumas, improve your self-awareness, create a stronger sense of self, and provide emotional relief and increased comfort with emotions. This in turn can help improve your relationships with others, and give you greater social and professional confidence. Psychodynamic psychotherapy may be short or long-term, depending on your needs. Most clients attend therapy once per week.

I work with clients who are seeking to achieve their fullest potential emotionally, psychologically as well as in their relationships.