If you have found yourself on this page, it is likely because you are feeling that some aspect of your life could be better than it is right now—and it can be. Whether you are struggling with relationships or dating, trying to find your purpose in life, or feeling anxious, stressed, or depressed, beginning therapy is often the first step to finding relief. My work is guided by the notion that therapy should be, above all, helpful. Some days, you may find yourself wanting specific techniques, strategies, and tools. Other days, you might benefit most from a patient, listening ear. And, other times, you may wish to delve into earlier experiences to understand why you are feeling the way you do. My perspective is that these are all important aspects to the therapeutic journey, and I am here to help you in the ways that you need most. My approach is one of warmth and genuineness, and is tailored specifically to you. I have a profound belief in the transformative power of a strong therapeutic relationship—one that feels secure, nonjudgmental, and safe. Together, we will focus on helping you develop the insights and tools that lead to long-term, sustainable improvement in your life.
In addition to my work with individuals facing issues such as anxiety and depression, I also hold specialties in the following areas: maternal mental health, parenting, and child/adolescent therapy. I view all of these as being inherently interconnected and am deeply passionate about working with mothers throughout all stages—pregnancy, becoming new or second-time parents, navigating the postpartum period, adjusting to the identity of motherhood, and parenting across all ages and stages, from toddler tantrums to adolescent angst. When I work directly with children and adolescents, we lay the groundwork for long-term change, while also developing tools that can be used to cope in the present moment and build resiliency. We will always work closely together to create a complete therapy plan that benefits your family.