My Approach

I See:

  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Parents
  • Students
  • Young Professionals

My approach to psychotherapy is eclectic, drawing from a variety of theories and techniques clients have found useful over many years of practice. Most importantly, I take into account your unique needs and together we determine the best way to achieve the results you want.

That said, I find a combination of cognitive-behavioral techniques and mindfulness practices particularly helpful in treating a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, and eating disorders. Cognitive-behavioral therapy can help you get past negative, self-limiting beliefs that result in self-defeating patterns of behavior and emotional distress. Practicing mindfulness on the other hand can lead to a greater sense of well-being by cultivating an increased ability to "live in the present" — to accept and enjoy life on life's terms. These approaches, in combination with a solid appreciation of your life experiences and family of origin can be powerful tools to effect change.

Helping You:

  • Feel Happier
  • Experience Calm in Your Life
  • Enjoy Productive, Successful Relationships
  • Develop Normal Eating Habits
  • Establish Family Harmony