Therapy can take on many forms. My clients include:


Whether motivated by a specific event or simply the desire for change, entering therapy represents your first step forward in the transformation process. Individual therapy is an opportunity to reflect and grow, as well as receive support in a safe and secure environment.


Many define their relationship as the most important part of their lives. As a therapist who specializes in couples, I help partners protect and tend to their relationship as well as keep it strong and resilient, especially in times of trouble or transition. Couples therapy allows both married and unmarried partners the opportunity to communicate and face life’s challenges together.


The preteen and teenage years represent periods of great vulnerability, uncertainty, and identity formation. As a former educator at the secondary level, I understand the value of providing adolescents with the opportunity to safely explore their relationships with family, friends, and most importantly, themselves.


Families come in all shapes and sizes, and family therapy is no different. Whether in the form of multiple generations or sibling subsets, family therapy provides the opportunity to examine family patterns and struggles as well as play upon strengths and better communication.

Areas of focus include:

    • Adolescents
    • Adoption
    • Adult children of divorce
    • Anxiety
    • Career
    • Communication
    • Conflict
    • Couples
    • Depression
    • Divorce
    • EMDR
    • Emerging adulthood
    • Family of origin issues
    • Grief/loss
    • Infidelity
    • Lifecycle transitions
    • Premarital counseling
    • School anxiety/refusal
    • Sexual abuse
    • Stress management
    • Transition to parenthood
    • Trauma
    • Work/life balance