My Practice

Professional psychotherapy supporting people, families and couples

Please note that due to the pandemic, my practice continues to be in flux. I am just starting to see fully-vaccinated clients in person and I will also maintain an online practice using, Zoom or Facetime. Let’s have a conversation about what works best for you.

People sometimes feel overwhelmed or unable to make the changes they desire as they go through transitions, negotiate day-to-day life, engage in relationships, or find themselves repeating unhelpful patterns of behavior. I offer empathy, support, and collaborative challenge to create the possibility for greater mental wellness. I work with families, adults, and couples.

Couples – We’ll work to create deeper connection, physical and emotional intimacy, and new joy in your relationship. I specialize in helping couples understand themselves and their partners more fully; create boundaries and intimacy; develop new communication abilities; address interactional patterns that may be harming the relationship; and work to heal old wounds and trust issues.

Families – We look at the complex interactions, emotional connections, and reactive patterns present in most families. I support you in developing new patterns; negotiating day-to-day living; developing parenting skills; addressing challenges in blended families; forming secure relationships in adoption; addressing transition issues in divorce and separation; facilitating more workable teenager and parent relationships; and developing communication skills.

Individuals – I work with both men and women offering a safe place to reflect, think, feel and perhaps begin to experience yourself and the world differently. I find that many of my clients are working on transitions, growth, relationship challenges, existential questions, past hurt and trauma, and wanting to have a full and authentic life.


Specific areas of expertise in my practice include:

  • Couple relationship challenges
  • Blended families, adoption and foster children
  • Family communication and interactional struggles
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Anxiety, Depression and Mood Instability and associated harmful behaviors (self-harm, eating disorders, self-sabotage, substance abuse, sleep disturbance, and physical health issues)
  • Personality Disorders and associated relationship issues
  • Trauma (abuse, neglect, sexual, and specific events) and stress reactivity
  • Attachment issues (from early childhood and impact in relationships)