After more than 25 years of experience treating children,
, and couples, my interests and skills extend beyond my training in psychoanalysis and psychodynamic therapy—to include work on trauma and PTSD, complicated grief, learning disabilities, CODA, CBT, and biological insights—moving a person to self-awareness & practical self-guidance.
There’s no one therapeutic approach to help us live happier lives. Recovery from painful experiences, emotional or physical abuse, a complicated hurt-filled relationship, impasses at work, coping mechanisms that no longer help—these different challenges deserve flexible approaches. Childhood skills no longer fit the problems we face as
. Grief that couldn’t be dealt with then is more complicated now. Relief from depression and anxiety cannot work if confidence, strength, and intimacy are blocked. Understanding the whole person—creating new approaches and thoughtful solutions to problems—is the way I think and work.