Life Transitions. Trauma. Self-Discovery
What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is more commonly known as talk therapy and is an effective tool to help people of all ages and backgrounds manage their emotions and process life events. Some of the most common issues that can be dealt with in psychotherapy include trauma, grief and loss, depression, social challenges, anxiety and other mental health disorders.
As a licensed clinical psychotherapist, I use evidence-based therapies to work with your strengths and build a safe space with you where you feel comfortable traversing through your emotional hurdles.
It doesn’t matter who you used to be; what matters is who you decide to be today. You are not your mistakes. You are not your mishaps. You are not your past. You are not your wounds. You can decide differently today and at every moment. Remember that. You are offered a new opportunity with each breath to think, decide, choose and act differently – in a way that supports you in being all that you are capable of being. You are not less than. You are enough.
Effective Therapeutic Solutions
Explore Our Psychotherapy Programs
It’s okay to feel overwhelmed by life transitions, trauma and crisis,
but you don’t have to deal with them alone.
Work together with support on your communication with one another to strengthen you relationship.
Prefer remote services? You can still benefit from therapy from the safety and comfort of your own home.
When parenting approaches aren’t enough, I strive to be one more support person your child can turn to.
Each member has an important role in the family dynamic. Family therapy helps all members be heard.
Your relationship with yourself is the most important one. I will help you explore your identity and work towards being the most authentic version of yourself.
Transitions. Trauma. Tragedy
When is a good time to see a psychotherapist?
Psychotherapy can be an excellent way to learn effective tools to grow and learn about yourself. Whether you’re facing a crisis or going through a transitional phase in your life, struggling with relationships with those around you, or need management tools to address every day stressors, having a place to process and learn coping mechanisms can help you navigate your life more effectively. You don’t have to be in mental turmoil to seek therapy.