In addition to being a passionate advocate for YOU and believing that you hold the keys to your own success (consider that a bonus service, a little extra just for you), I offer therapeutic services for individuals, couples and non-traditional partnerships as well as families that are facing issues they may not (as yet) realize they are already fully equipped to manage.
I can help you overcome obstacles in the realm of:
- Marriage Repair & Divorce
- Childhood Issues
There are couple’s and marriage relational problems such as poor communication, continuous conflict, infidelity, and desire discrepancy (to name a few) that I am trained to help you overcome as well.
Relationships are the core of every human experience. People rarely operate in a vacuum, and often find themselves interacting (or not!) with those around them. I subscribe to the belief that every, single, individual is special and unique, colorfully molded into the person they are today by the rainbow of experiences they have lived through.
During treatment, I will work with you to create lasting solutions, built on your own strengths and resources to help foster success and the changes in your life you want to see.
Select a Therapy
Individual therapy, as the name implies means that a session is one-on-one. There will be as many or as few sessions as you need in order to explore and resolve the issues you may be facing.
Whatever your life struggles may be, I can help you navigate the tough decisions, challenging dilemmas and painful situations that find their way into your experience.
During individual therapy we will discuss the barriers you face and together come up with creative ways to break through them. I will assist you to create lasting solutions to the very real problems every individual encounters at some point in their life.
Your Marriage Matters + Couples & Non-Traditional Partnerships
Let me just say this now. Your marriage, your relationship matters. Whether you can work through your differences together or separately. This is an effective therapeutic medium for improving intimacy, communication, and the overall health of your relationship(s) whatever those relationships may look like. Therapy can also help couples collaboratively end their marriage, become co-parenting partnerships, and help negotiate divorce needs. Therapy can help marriages heal and thrive as well as heal and divide.
Reconciling our differences in relationships can be challenging under the best of circumstances. Over time, values, needs and expectations can often change dramatically. Sometimes issues like:
- Individual Differences
- Poor Communication
- Sexual and Emotional Intimacy
- Financial Hardships
- Life Stressors
…or just differing and changing needs can come between you and the fulfilling relationships you desire.
I can help by providing a safe environment for you and your partner(s) to explore core issues vital to a healthy relationship, and help you to establish new ways of being together and enjoying each other. This makes it possible to reconnect or rekindle the trust, love and sexual intimacy that you once shared and start the path to healing.
Group therapy can be a very important component to psychological health and well-being. The dynamics of group therapy provides a fantastic opportunity and environment to understand yourself in relationship to others.
Problems can include issues with communication, social skills, relating, feelings of isolation, stress and more. Joining a group of strangers may sound intimidating at first, but group therapy provides relational benefits that individual therapy may not. In fact, group members are almost always surprised by how rewarding the group experience can be.
Group can help you with-
- Cultivate authenticity
- Gain support and feedback
- Gain perspective and insight
- Improve self esteem
- Social skill building
- Build toward better relationships
Maybe you’ve reached a point where you’re ready to be more authentic and vulnerable by sharing your story in an affirmative space where you’ll be seen and validated. Whatever you are facing, regularly talking and listening to others helps you put your own problems in perspective. While members in the group provide a rich diversity of perspectives, often other group members struggle with similar issues. You may feel like you are the only one struggling — but you’re not.