It takes a certain kind of courage - and perhaps a leap of faith - to reach out to a stranger for emotional support. In the twenty four years since I began my training as a therapist, I have witnessed many times how therapy can be a potent catalyst for transforming people's lives. When you are willing to look within and share your suffering and challenges with a sympathetic listener, you are already on the road to healing.

Most people who are considering seeing a therapist are grappling with a recent loss, a big life transition or some kind of challenge that is hard to face alone. Perhaps you have been suffering from depression or chronic anxiety, or maybe you are confused about a big decision you have to make. Or maybe your are wanting to reconnect with parts of yourself that have been neglected for too long.

Whatever your issues and concerns, my goal is to help you express yourself and to better understand what is troubling you. I am a careful and empathic listener who asks good questions and is committed to helping you feel more connected to your true self.

By identifying patterns in your life and looking closely at the dynamics in your relationships, the process of weekly therapy can help you sort things out, gain clarity about your deepest values and learn to trust your own wisdom.

I welcome your call (or email) as a way to begin a conversation about working together.