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You & The Quality Of Your Life

When your life is in crisis, or your relationship is in trouble, you deserve the attention of an experienced and caring therapist.  Modern therapeutic techniques are now informed by scientific research.  We know much more about healing the mind and supporting relationships.  It's time to get to work.  Let me show you how.

If you are suffering from a mental illness, you want quick relief.  Psychotropic medications, while sometimes lifesaving, are not always the best first choice.  You can learn techniques to relieve your depression and anxiety, or lessen the pain of past traumas.  I'll advise you on how physical exercise and nutrition can help relieve your symptoms.  And I'll teach you how to "retrain your brain" to free you from rumination, shame, and negative thoughts, while learning healthy mental practices.  We'll work as a team, at the pace that is best for you.  

Many people struggle not from a mental illness, but from a terrible life crisis.  Modern stressors can slowly undermine your sense of self, and leave you hopeless.  We know now from research that extreme stress weakens your immune system and can actually shorten your life.  It's time for action.


You need the guidance of a caring professional who understands the complexity of your situation, and can help you regain control over your life.  And, indeed, you can regain that control, working within your own values, and rebuilding your confidence in your ability.  Let's get to work.  

Under my care you will receive:

  • A safe and professional atmosphere.

  • Scientifically proven therapy techniques.

  • Psychological education to better understand your challenge.

  • Skill training to bring your mind to a more healthy state.

  • Reading suggestions to continue your therapy in between sessions.

  • Coordination with your doctor or co-treating professional.


Depression & Anxiety
Trauma & Abuse
Couples Counseling
Parenting Concerns
Sex Therapy
Stress Management
Divorce Recovery
Compulsive Behavior
Compulsive Overeating
Blended Families
Adolescent Concerns
Psychiatry Interface
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