I believe in building trust in our working relationship and using that relationship as a healing tool. I use an interpersonal and honest relational style in therapy.
Most couples who seek therapy are romantic couples such as spouses or partners, but other types of relationships such as co-parents or business partners can also benefit from therapy together.
A family participating in therapy together is a reflection of a deep commitment to each other. Examining the whole system and all of its parts are essential to understanding how the family operates and works.
Working with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer community is one of my specialties. My goal is for you to find a safe haven in my office where you can be yourself and speak and express yourself freely.
Seeking help can be scary if you are struggling with negative body image or disordered eating, and many times just talking about it is the first and often most important step.
Multicultural sensitivity trainings can be useful for virtually anyone, and I offer a wide variety of sensitivity trainings that can be provided to any organization, group, or staff.