Weekdays, Saturdays, some evenings
People seek professional help for themselves or their relationships because they want to feel better.
They want to reclaim the excitement and closeness they felt when they first fell in love with each other.
The demands of a busy life may have caused them to drift away from customs that used to help them feel connected with each other.
They still care about each other. They want more than a so-so relationship… but they’re unsure what to do about it.
Clients tell me they appreciate my unshakeable hope, warmth and dedication to seeing them through challenging life transitions. And because I believe feeling connected to others is especially important to us all, I specialize in relationship issues including:
decisions to stay or end a relationship,
survivors of trauma and abuse,
When I collaborate with my clients we gain a different vantage point from which they can discover new perspectives, develop new skills and create new options for themselves.
We are so fortunate to be living in a time when we are learning so much new information in the field of psychology! Science is producing solid research which helps us understand how the mind and body affect our behavior and our feelings; and the good news is that there is much we can do to bring about positive outcomes.