No matter who you are, what stress you're facing right now, what wrong things have happened to you or what you've done in the past, your difficult experiences contain the seeds of sanity and practical, lasting change. In empowering conditions, those seeds will naturally open and grow in healthy directions to the benefit of yourself, your loved ones, your colleagues/clients, your local communities, and our shared society...
So, who are you, and how can I help?
Are you a high-functioning professional feeling little or no purpose in your work?An hyperstressed college student or young professional navigating big change?I'm a therapist helping clients define meaning and direction.A frustrated parent of an angry depressed teen?A fed up partner considering separation or divorce or having an affair?I'm a therapist helping cut through confusion and stalemates in relationships.A disheartened caregiver to someone you love?A burning out healthcare provider to people you barely know?I'm a therapist promoting resilience to prevent and heal compassion fatigue.
An overwhelmed veteran or peacekeeper?A person harmed by religion or conflicted spiritually?A12-step group member needing more support than sponsors can give?A trauma or abuse survivor with chronic pain or illness, disordered sleep or appetite?I'm a therapist treating trauma's varied emotional, physical, behavioral, spiritual symptoms.A sufferer of moods that swing without warning from frantic to despairing?A family member or friend to someone who can't seem to connect or empathize with others?I'm a therapist for bipolar disorders and for people who love people with personality disorders.Are you conflicted -- or certain -- about your sexual orientation or gender identity and facing criticism?Are you experimenting in unconventional relationships or lifestyles and feeling unsure?I'm a safe/allied therapist for people in LGBTQ and kink communities.Are you an athlete off your game or an artist out of touch?Are you having a tough time getting through a loss or transition?Are you avoiding a hard conversation or seemingly impossible decision?I'm a brief therapist for everyday, transient, adjustment-related distress.