Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, PsyA
I use my training in relational psychoanalysis, as well as my interest in Buddhist philosophy,
, group work, dreamwork, breathwork and energy work --and my own lived experience as a human being on our shared planet-- to specialize in working with people who want to ask themselves (and be asked!) meaningful questions, address core identity issues, get out of their own way, and, in so doing, enlarge their impact on the world around them.
I'm not here to help you become "normal" (whatever that is) because you can and should aim higher than that. I am here to help you learn about --and become-- your truest self, in all your idiosyncratic, beautiful, infuriating complexity. I'll work collaboratively with you --individually, in an interpersonal process group, or both-- to help you move from Point A (a place of stuckness, disengagement, indecision, of somehow managing to feel overwhelmed and underwhelmed at the exact. same. time.) to Point B (land of decisiveness, clarity, awareness of who you are and what you want to spend your energy creating in the world). It's amazing how quickly being honest with yourself, true to yourself, clears up anxiety, depression and brain fog. Unsurprisingly, as with most big undertakings, this kind of work can be rough going at times. But if you're anything like most of the folks I see --smart, creative, entrepreneurial, growth-oriented people who have done a lot of personal work already-- you are, by this point, more than ready to bring in the big guns.