What brings you to psychotherapy?
Feeling hopeless, exhausted, self-critical, or angry? Therapy can help you to access your liveliness and feel more hopeful. It can help you pursue happiness and balance regardless of your circumstances.
Feeling anxious, worried, or preoccupied? Therapy can offer stress management techniques, methods for releasing worries about the future and regrets about the past, and help you to find peace of mind.
Family or interpersonal problems
Feeling frustrated by difficult people? Overly sensitive to criticism? Are you lonely, easily irritated, or overwhelmed by responsibilities? Whether you want relationship coaching or you want to understand why some people trigger or destabilize you, therapy can help you develop skills to manage those feelings and relationships.
Acute or chronic illness
Facing a medical diagnosis or managing the aftermath of an acute medical crisis? Therapy can help you learn the skills to manage pain, face life style changes, reduce stress, and improve your subjective state of well-being.
Adjusting to the loss of a person, relationship, job, or a meaningful part of your identity? Therapy can help you complete the work of grieving, open to new connections, and redefine yourself.
Transitioning into or out of parenting, partnering, marriage, job, sexual orientation, or career? Therapy can help you to explore the feelings associated with unplanned – or even desired — change.
Feeling stuck, scared to take the leap, or confused? Therapy can help you overcome obstacles to self-expression so you can enjoy the exhilaration of doing what you love.
Building an authentic life
Feeling empty, false, disconnected, or lifeless? Therapy can help you find meaning, clarify values, explore your inner landscape, take healthy risks, and express your true nature.