My clinical areas of experience include:
-related disorders, depression and depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, addiction and substance use disorders, eating disorders, traumatic and ambiguous loss, and unresolved conflicts or stressors related to divorce, parenting issues, developmental challenges, life transitions or role loss.
I believe psychotherapy offers a growth-fostering relationship: one that deepens your understanding of yourself, generating a sense of agency and choice throughout your life. I offer a supportive, therapeutic relationship-one that facilitates understanding you, your feelings, your choices, your losses, and your goals-as integral to the essential work of leading a healthy, meaningful life. I find that people often enter therapy feeling anxious, depressed, isolated or alone, amidst traumatic or ambiguous losses, and when ways of coping have become more harmful than helpful. I work with adults, emerging through older age, to support a transformative process of growth and change.