My guess is that you are reading this website because your relationship with your partner or your child is very important to you. However, as important as that relationship is, it can also be painful and difficult. In my practice, the focus is on creating successful and resilient relationships that bring joy and comfort to your life.
- In my Marriage & Couples Counseling, I help partners fight less and trust more.
- In my Family Therapy, I help children heal from their past traumas, and caregivers feel like they are good parents again.
I realize that it can be very uncomfortable for you to make the first call and schedule an appointment with a therapist. It takes an enormous amount of courage and strength to even admit that your relationship—either with your partner or your child—needs help, let alone to share your problems with a strange person. It is always a privilege for me to meet people like you who are willing to do whatever it takes to save and/or improve their relationships. Learn more about the way I practice by browsing my website, and contact me if you think that I might be the right fit for you.
I Help Heterosexual and Homosexual Couples Who:
- have communication problems
- have a difficult time trusting one another
- are going through the aftermath of an affair or a compulsive behavior
- struggle with being emotionally close to one another
- want pre-marital counseling to see if they are the right fit
- experience anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder
- need help reunifying their family after partner’s military deployment.
- need support parenting
- struggle dealing with major life transitions like being new parents or retiring
I Help Families Whose Children:
- are adopted and struggle emotionally and behaviorally at home or at school
- went through a traumatic experience(s) like abuse, accidents, separation
- struggle regulating their emotions when things don’t go their way
- battle to follow directions and don’t take “No” for an answer
- don’t respond to consequences and continuously pick fights or withdraw
- are hyperactive, aggressive, anxious, or depressed
- show some self-destructive tendencies such as cutting
- sabotage themselves and have a difficult time accepting feedback