To Prospective Clients
I will help you become more self-aware such that a new understanding can aid you in creating a gentler mindset and one that looks to foster a fulfilling relationship with yourself, your loved ones, and your work. I look beyond the concrete symptoms to understand what they mean and how that meaning has affected your life. In so doing, feelings become less large and painful and more useful and helpful. In a supportive, collaborative environment we will discover what blocks you from growing and thriving.
I work from a psychoanalytic psychotherapy perspective. I also teach psychology theory and techniques at Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology. Some of the issues I have helped others with include life transitions, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and addictions.