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Therapy is a process:

What happens in therapy and how long does it last ?
I see therapy as a collabborative process. Together, we will build on your strengths, increase your insight into patterns and behaviors and develop a therapy plan tailored to your specific goals. The reason for coming to therapy varies greatly depending on which stage the person is at, during different points in life. It can be a short-lived experience or an ongoing journey of self-discovery. One thing is for sure. Progress always follows and can be felt by clarity of self and goals in life. 
Many relationship issues can be unsolvable, but an experienced couples therapist can help you and your partner. A lot of times therapy appears to be the last resort to save a relationship and at other times therapy opens doors to becoming the independent person that you are becoming. In all cases, therapy will help you discover who you are at this particular stage of your life.

Depression and Mood


  • Health anxiety

  • Stress and PTSD

  • Bipolar disorders

  • Personality disorders

  • Narcissistic abuse 

         recovery program


Relationship and Divorce:

  • Marriage balancing
  • Intimacy and trust
  • Relationship addiction
  • Divorce support  
  • Gender issues or confusion
  • Sexual preferences
  • Sexual identity
  • Relational abuse

​Trauma recovery/Grief:

  • Brief grief therapy
  • Solution focuused therapy
  • Overcoming phobias
  • Social avoidance
  • Anxiety and Mood disorder
  • Anger management
  • Trauma of abuses
  • Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
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