Sometimes we get stuck. Most of us have experienced this at some time or another and many of us would agree that it can be a troubling, “lost” feeling. For some, the feeling is less vivid, just a subtle knowing or sensation that I am not living the life I was meant to lead. Relationships might seem to linger at the surface and fail to provide depth and nurturing.
Perhaps you are in a marriage or partnership that feels like it is heading in the “wrong” direction, as if somewhere along the way, we took a jagged turn and now we feel really lost. Sometimes our partners feel a hundred miles away even though they are sitting across from us. Other times, we ourselves act and speak poorly to our partners and can’t seem to stop before it is too late. No matter what your issue may be, therapy at its essence, is about uncovering what has become encumbered and becoming more fully who we are meant to be.
If you are struggling to find meaning in your life or if there is a part of your personality you’d like to change, please consider
making an appointment today.
Inclusivity: Your Story is Sacred
I am passionately committed to honoring whatever your story may be. I welcome your unique race, religion, sexual preference, gender choice, fetish, class, and political persuasion. I have specialized training in multi-cultural counseling and feel strongly that all too often issues of race and power are overlooked in the therapy process. These issues are part of the process here, not separate matters.
If you are a person of color, please know that you are welcome in my office and your unique experience will be respected and honored. If you are a same sex couple, your issues are welcome. If you have particular fetish needs, political or gender choices, please feel comfortable here. Your unique story is our foundation for the therapy experience. Let’s work together.
Areas of Specialization
- Developing Healthy Relationships
- Existential (Meaning of Life) Concerns
- Grief and Loss
- Life Transitions
- Work Stress and Career Change
- Seasonal Affect Disorder