Having solid mental health doesn't suggest that you've never experienced bad times or emotional problems. All of us experience disappointments, loss, and change. Despite the fact that these are normal experiences of life, they still can cause stress, anxiety, and sadness. In the same way that physically healthy people are better capable of bouncing back from injury or illness, people with strong mental health are better able to bounce back from stress, trauma, and adversity. This ability is known as resilience. Therapy can help you develop or strengthen the skills to boost your resiliency.

My goal is to help individuals, couples, and families lead healthier lives. I offer comprehensive services dealing with:

Negative self-talk, self-defeating beliefs, self-care

We develop patterns early on, often without realizing it. With therapy, you can create balance, focus on self-care, and cultivate a supportive inner voice.

Relationship, dating, and intimacy difficulties

With counseling, you can better understand how to approach and do dating, improve communication, and find new approaches for a healthier, more intimate and romantic relationship.

Healing from trauma, grief, loss, life transitions

A traumatic experience or life change leaves a slew of emotions in its wake. With therapy, you can find your ground, ease the pain, and facilitate healing.

Education, work and career stagnation

What we do can be a source of confidence or frustration. A therapist can assist you in exploring your purpose, accomplishing goals, and feeling fulfilled in your career.

Depression and Anxiety

Feeling sad or nervous sometimes is normal, but when life's ups and downs affect daily functioning, therapy can help.


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