Therapy for Adults
Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed due to relationship difficulties, loss, or life transitions? Therapy can be a safe and helpful place to explore your thoughts and feelings, as well as receive support. You do not have to face these challenges alone. Together, we will process how experiences and relationships in your life have affected your happiness, the way you interact with others, and the way you view yourself. My work as a therapist includes providing empathy, understanding, and a place where you can openly express yourself safely without judgment.
Therapy for Teens
Adolescents are moving through the world trying to make sense of it and create meaning. Loss, grief, divorce, moving or school transitions, trauma, inundation of technology/media, or increased pressures from home, school, and peers can disrupt adapting or growing emotionally.
Therapy can be a safe space to help your child learn about, express, and process emotions about their life stressors, as well as to learn new coping skills to help with emotion regulation, relating to others, and increase direct communication of needs/wants.
I can help your child explore their world through making meaning and discovering their authentic self. As they increase their emotional awareness and ability to think critically about their actions, self-regulating skills will help them trust that they can meet difficulties.
We are born into relationships and throughout life we seek out relationships to find purpose, happiness, and feel connected: we are wired for relationship. Family can include anyone who plays a long-term supportive role in a person’s life.
We develop in relation to each other and our past patterns of relating can continue to affect us throughout every stage of our lives. Through family therapy, your family can reduce distress and conflict, increase understanding of each other, improve communication, and improve support and connection throughout the family system.