Have you ever just wanted to sit down to off-load something that’s been eating away at you for too long? Recognizing the need for help and seeking professional therapy is a sign of strength and determination to live a productive and meaningful life. As a part of living our lives, we may encounter situations that are difficult to manage alone. Some seek support due to a situational crisis. Others seek treatment as a necessary aspect of managing a medical disorder, commonly known as a mental illness. But whatever the reason, it is a well known fact that therapy helps. Let’s figure it out together.
As a therapist, I trust the process and recognize that helping clients face and move through painful experiences provides opportunity for growth and transformation. My style lends itself to client-centered, solution-focused, psychoanalytic, mindfulness and spiritual support. I am a certified clinical trauma professional with training in DBT & addiction too. I have 13 years of experience in private practice treating trauma, addiction, depression, anxiety, relational struggles, life transitions, personality problems and other health issues.
Health psychology is a clinical focus of mine. I bring a holistic perspective to the therapy process and believe all aspects of a person’s well-being can and often impacts their mental health.
My clients include adult individuals and heterosexual & same-sex couples. I am also a board approved clinical supervisor in counseling. I work with LGPC candidates and other professionals seeking clinical oversight.
Lexa Grobicki LCMFT
Everyone lives in their own tangled web of relationships and sorting them out.....
Everyone lives in their own tangled web of relationships and sorting them out can be difficult. I invite you to come in on your own, with your partner, or with your family to untangle the connections that tie you to others and recreate them to be better, safer, and more satisfying. My specialty is helping you with the changes and challenges that come with having relationships like coping with existing relationships, starting new ones, and letting go of old ones. We will work together to come up with solutions that are custom fit to you and your relationships.
My specialized training in Marriage & Family Therapy makes me uniquely qualified to help you through the challenges that your relationships bring. By taking a proactive collaborative approach, including regular homework and skill building, you will gain the tools you need to improve your connections with the people in your life.
My practice is designed to make sure that you can access the support that you need. I offer evening and weekday appointments Please contact me with any questions or to set up an appointment. I look forward to speaking with you.
Jessica Fener LCSW-C
Do you ever feel alone and that no one understands your struggles? Do you feel....
Do you ever feel alone and that no one understands your struggles? Do you feel that your life is overwhelming? Do you feel like something is going on with your child and you can’t quite figure out how to help them?
I am a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Social Work and hold an LCSW-C as well as am a board-certified supervisor. I have been practicing for over 11 years in both the office and schools. My primary focus has been children and families but I have a special interest in relationship improvement work. My practice focuses on working with individuals who struggle with ADHD, Depression, Bipolar, Anxiety, Adjustment Disorder, Trauma, Relationship/Familial issues and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
I use a mix of Client-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, Mindfulness, Solution-Focused, Play and Art therapy models. I truly believe that treatment should be client-lead as each client has their own unique, individual needs that will support their growth and progress. I strive to build a strong foundation, based on trust and safety with my clients, as I believe it is instrumental in their therapeutic success.
Dr. Carlos Evering Anesthesiologist
I am a board certified anesthesiologist and graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
I am a board certified anesthesiologist and graduate of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. I completed my general anesthesia training at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. I have also completed training in internal medicine in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
I am the vice chair of the anesthesia department at St. Agnes Hospital where I continue to practice medicine. I have over 10 years of experience safely and effectively administering anesthesia to thousands of patients.
I help train medical staff in the most current and evidence-based practices of anesthesia medicine. I have an interest in using anesthesia in outpatient infusions to treat medication resistant forms of depression, anxiety, PTSD and chronic pain conditions.
With my background and roots in osteopathic medicine I bring a holistic approach to understanding medicine, wellness and overall health. I am also a registered physician in the state of Maryland for Cannabis Medicine.
Nana Daining LCSW-C
Do you walk around with a cloud over your head? Is your anxiety out of control? Does your life feel like a constant replay of traumatic events?
Do you walk around with a cloud over your head? Is your anxiety out of control? Does your life feel like a constant replay of traumatic events? If “Yes” is your answer, I want you to know that it does not have to be like that and I am here to work with you to reach a place of contentment.
I am a licensed clinical Social Worker with many years of experience working with survivors of all sorts of traumatic events. I am uniquely skilled in providing client- focused, evidence based treatment for mood disorders such as depression or bipolar and anxiety-based concerns.
I work with individual adults, adolescents and couples both heterosexual and same-sex. My treatment approach is a combination of cognitive behavioral & dialectical behavior therapies, motivational interviewing, and holistic lifestyle coaching.
I look forward to meeting you at our initial consultation where we will explore many aspects of life and overall health. I’ll partner with you in efforts to help moving you along to wellness.
Nicole Millner LCMFT
Often times, we are blinded by the fog in the relationships and life experiences we encounter.
Often times, we are blinded by the fog in the relationships and life experiences we encounter. As humans, we often experience everyday stressors such as life transitions, employment, work relationships, family problems, grieving losses, parenting, depression, and health problems. If you are someone who would like to find the light amongst the fog, I invite you to come in to create a healthier version of you and your relationships.
I am a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist. I have a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Hampton University and a Masters degree in Family Therapy from Drexel University.
Throughout my clinical work, I have gained experience with culturally diverse populations in a variety of treatment settings by providing individual, family, group, and couple’s therapy to adults, adolescents, and teens.
My experience has allowed me to develop a unique skill set, to promote healthy relationships by exploring personal and relational problems. I utilize a systemic approach in treatment, which considers the exploration of family of origin, psycho-social, and individual factors that impact my client’s lives. In addition, I utilize a variety of techniques, depending on the unique needs of my client. I strongly believe in fostering hope, growth, and empowerment within my clients in order to support their therapeutic goals.
Jesse A. Ludwig LCPC
You feel stuck. You may often find yourself feeling sad, angry, or irritable.
You feel stuck. You may often find yourself feeling sad, angry, or irritable. Perhaps you aren’t sure what you’re feeling, but you know that something is wrong in your life. Maybe you’re not the person that you thought you’d become. Possibly fear and anxiety are holding you back. These feelings could be new, or so old that you cannot remember feeling differently. Regardless of how you got here, you are ready for change.
I will help you to reconnect with and build upon the parts of you that feel most real – strong, confident, and adaptive. My therapeutic approach is tailored to each person, with a framework in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP). This therapy is a change-based model, in which we will work together from the very first session to seek out your natural potential for growth and resilience and, powered by these energies, strengthen and heal the authentic self that you have always possessed. I believe in the importance of feeling good. While we will work together to experience the parts of you that feel hurt, sad, angry, and alone, our goal will always be to broaden your ability to bounce back into feelings of vitality, joy, and connectedness. In addition, I may integrate DBT skills coaching in our work.
I treat adults and adolescents presenting with a range of concerns, including those suffering from depression, anxiety, addiction and those struggling with life transitions, shame, and relationship challenges.
Ericka Leonard LCSW-C
Are you plagued by thoughts of self-doubt or unworthiness?
Are you plagued by thoughts of self-doubt or unworthiness? Are you feeling overwhelmed at the thought of navigating life’s challenges? As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I am here to help you to restore hope and begin to live your best life. I believe that compassion, authenticity, and empathy are the foundation of a strong and collaborative therapeutic relationship. If you are looking to improve your quality of life through self-exploration, I believe that therapy can help. You will gain coping skills, increase self-care, and begin to see a positive change in your life.
I tailor my approach to each individual client. My style is energetic, warm and interactive, and I use evidence-based techniques and interventions including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, and mindfulness.
I provide therapy to teens and adults who have experienced trauma, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and/or stressful life transitions.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and received my Master’s Degree from University of Maryland School of Social Work.
So no one told you life was going to be this way? Then, you are the client I specialize in! My particular passion in life is helping people discover how to find happiness.
I enjoy working with people one on one as well as helping couples through relationship challenges. I work with a broad range of issues including depression, anxiety, stress management, life transitions, infertility counseling and sexual dysfunction post childbirth.
In addition, I enjoy helping couples through all stages of their relationships, beginning with premarital coaching through navigating the relationships ups and downs, including ending the relationship.
I’m a licensed clinical professional counselor with 5 years of experience in private practice and a number of years of experience in community mental health. I am also trained in sex therapy. I look forward to working with you.
Gloria Chiantella LCPC
Are you ready to live in your preferred future? I understand it can often feel overwhelming, uncertain and unfamiliar to ask for help
Are you ready to live in your preferred future? I understand it can often feel overwhelming, uncertain and unfamiliar to ask for help. The truth of the matter is that, at times, we can all get stuck in habits, routines and circumstances that we want to change. My way of helping includes a philosophy of empathy, enthusiasm, humor, hopefulness, presence, straightforwardness and therapeutic structure refined over decades of supporting others.
I strive to create an environment where my client’s desire to grow and evolve begins with expressing concerns and revealing aspirations for a better tomorrow. We’ll work together to build awareness, evaluate options, and prepare actions, readying you to live anew.
I’ll customize a plan according to your unique needs. Some effective tools you may find I use include: client-centered, solution-focused brief, Adlerian, cognitive behavioral, DBT and personality therapies. I can explore personality inventories with you such as the Myers Briggs, NEO PI, Emotional Intelligence and Communication Styles. For those interested, as a Pastoral Counselor, I can accompany you as you integrate your spirituality into a sense of well-being. I’m also certified to provide EMDR therapy for clients as well.
I have both a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in counseling related fields, and 24 years of relevant experience. I see individual adults 18 and older and couples. I provide therapy for depression, anxiety, anger management, addiction, family conflict, life transitions, ADHD, low self-esteem, domestic abuse, codependency, chronic illness, grief, relationship issues and many other concerns.
Sharnise Hendrick LCPC
Do you ever feel out of sync with yourself or within your relationships with others?
Do you ever feel out of sync with yourself or within your relationships with others? Do you feel as if past experiences are preventing you from being fully present in your daily life? I utilize an acceptance and commitment approach to therapy in which we will mindfully acknowledge your needs, values, and goals in order to access a path towards greater life-fulfillment. I work with clients to foster a connection between mind and body, transforming negative patterns into thoughtful actions in order to enhance emotional awareness.
I believe that our relationship with ourselves is one of the most important relationships we will ever have in life and I encourage self-exploration through a variety of techniques. I utilize evidence-based techniques and interventions from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused, Cognitive Reprocessing, and mindfulness.
Along with talk therapy, I encourage clients to engage in mindful practices outside of the therapy office such as yoga, meditation, and journaling. I provide individual counseling services to teens and adults with the following concerns: anxiety, depression, eating disorders, self-harm, suicidal thoughts, stressful life events and transitions, and survivors of traumatic experiences.
I am a licensed graduate professional counselor. I attended the University of Baltimore where I earned a Master’s Degree in applied psychology with a specialization in counseling.
Chuck McGeiver LCMFT
So much of our daily life involves interactions and relationships with others.
So much of our daily life involves interactions and relationships with others. Often these relationships are affecting us more than we realize and may cause difficulties in the home, at work or socially. I am here to help families, couples, and individuals understand how to better manage their challenges such as depression, anxiety, personal loss, infidelity, substance abuse, and self-esteem issues. As a couples and family therapist, I am trained to focus on relational issues as well as the everyday struggles of the individual. Sometimes life just happens to us and we find ourselves feeling discouraged and worn down; it’s times like these that people benefit from having someone to help them navigate these potentially difficult and challenging issues.
While understanding that the future is what we have the ability to change, certain aspects of our past may impact our present and these issues cannot be overlooked. I am here to explore with my clients their world and to find a plan which leads to positive change in their lives. I employ an integrated model of treatment which utilizes Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Inter-generational Family Therapy, Strategic therapy, and Structural Family Therapy.
I have experience working with individuals, couples, and families as well as those in recovery from alcohol and substance abuse in private practice and community mental health settings. My goal is to help you develop clarity and insight to face your challenges and to support you in identifying and enhancing your inner strength and resilience.
Jennifer Sussal LGSW
Facing life challenges can be strenuous for all of us, and when it involves our own families
Facing life challenges can be strenuous for all of us, and when it involves our own families, it can feel lonely and emotional. At times, we reach out to our own family and friends for help, but that is not always enough.
Allow me to help you and your family navigate through these life challenges, by providing a safe, non-judgmental and empathetic environment. I will work collaboratively with my clients, to help strengthen relationships and facilitate growth both individually and as a family unit.
My practice is influenced by an eclectic therapeutic approach, which includes CBT, Solution Focused, Client-Centered and Family Systems Theories
My passion is to help children/adolescents and the entire family unit, navigate through life’s difficult challenges and provide tools to help with feelings of anxiety, depression, peer relationship struggles and more.
I am an LGSW, and received my Master’s degree from the University of Maryland School of Social Work.
Maggie McCleary LGPC
Are you looking to establish healthier relationships with yourself and others?
Are you looking to establish healthier relationships with yourself and others? My passion for creating safe space allows me the opportunity to meet my clients where they are in their struggles. I approach things from an affirmative, strengths-based, and relational-cultural lens. I want to work with you, as a therapeutic partnership, to develop a plan and approach that allows you to thrive in whatever that means for you. When going through relationship, intimacy, sexuality and gender, or trauma issues, it can be instrumental to have a therapist who can be non-judgmental, supportive, accepting, and understanding of what you’re going through. If you are facing these issues and want support in a therapeutic space, I welcome you to join me, individually or as a relationship unit, to process and work through the obstacles you are facing.
For so long, these topics have been taboo to discuss. My office is a space to shed the stigma and shame around these topics, to create safety and trust, while beginning this journey.
Through a combination of skills development and collaborative conversation, I hope to help you get to a place of satisfaction and joy within your relationships, intimacy, and identities. I treat adults for individual or couples work, as well adolescents who are 15 years and older for individual therapy. I see clients with general concerns of wellness, depression, anxiety, life transitions and personality struggles.
I have weekday and evening availability! I look forward to working with you!
Lenny Moynihan LGPC
As a holistic psychotherapist, I believe we are connected in our mind, body and spirit.
As a holistic psychotherapist, I believe we are connected in our mind, body and spirit. In order to make healthy transitions and transformation, addressing issues from the past into the present help us to become whole. There are times in life, when we feel on overload.
During this time, we may need to find a place of support. Therapy is a place where one can safely discover nuances of self and create healthier coping skills and behaviors.
I practice psychodynamic and person centered therapy and utilize other techniques to help the client make changes. Through collaborative work, the goal is to provide my client with the ability to become self aware and empowered. Counseling is a personal process. Everyone has a unique way of expressing self. When we are experiencing feelings of anxiety and or depression, for example, our subconscious and conscious are
often in conflict. Understanding our motivations and what our real needs are, we are able to create a calmer environment within.
Regardless of the issue, whether it is situational, such as a life transition, or chronic, my door is open. I work with a range of problems such as trauma, anxiety, depression, co-dependency, grief, binging, overeating and personality disorders. Making that first
appointment can be daunting but I see it as an exciting opportunity for growth.
Anne Scully LGPC
Moving through life we collect stressors, unhealthy or poor coping skills, negative thoughts, traumas and more
Moving through life we collect stressors, unhealthy or poor coping skills, negative thoughts, traumas and more. Collecting these experiences may lead you to feel lost, unprepared, and overwhelmed. However they manifest, realigning with yourself and working through these life experiences can be a journey that we take together. We will work together to address your needs and goals in a non-judgmental, safe environment where you can better understand yourself and find progress forward.
I work with individual adults, adolescents and children focusing on those who experience stress, depression, anxiety, adjustment concerns and other traumatic life experiences. My approach is focused on integrating Cognitive Behavioral Theory (CBT), mindfulness, and bibliotherapy with a person-centered framework. I also encourage clients to participate in other activities to support and amplify wellness including yoga, meditation, and exercise.
I am a licensed graduate professional counselor. I attended Johns Hopkins where I earned a Master’s of Science in Counseling. I look forward to working together with you on your journey!
Huyen Bui LMSW
Do you feel called to heal and are curious yet overwhelmed by how to begin?
Do you feel called to heal and are curious yet overwhelmed by how to begin? I want to take a moment to celebrate your bravery in taking the initiative to seek a provider whose style may resonate with you!
With academic and professional experiences in both public health and social work, I approach my therapeutic practice by considering you, the individual (your mind, body and spiritual needs) in the context of your greater environment, and how your environment influences your internal self.
I have experience working with children, adolescents, and individual adults. My areas of focus include stress, anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation, substance use and addiction, and self-esteem issues. My training has included cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-informed care, trust-based relational intervention (TBRI), with emphasis on attachment theory and nurturance in assessing individuals in relation to others.
In the therapeutic space, I invite exploration of identity formation, cultural transitions across generations, and the role of spirituality in the process of healing. Together we will set goals, explore healthy communication and relationship skills, and integrate self-love, self-care, and movement habits to assist you in reaching a more harmonious life balance.
Avery Wilkinson LMSW
During life’s journey, it is inevitable that challenges will arise.
During life’s journey, it is inevitable that challenges will arise. I believe that our challenges shape us and help us discover more facets of ourselves. Working through these challenges in a therapeutic setting can often be empowering, eye-opening, and cathartic. Each individual and relationship is unique; this drives me to use an eclectic therapeutic approach that simultaneously emphasizes your personal strengths. Together we will build a trusting partnership, which will allow us to navigate your life path together.
I am a graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Social Work with a concentration in Clinical Practice. I have experience helping individuals cope with anxiety, manage depression, process grief and loss, and grow through life transitions. I welcome the opportunity to work with adolescents and adults of all cultures, ethnicities, sexual orientations, genders, races, and religions. I take interest in utilizing wilderness space as an environment for personal reflection and growth.
Penny Arellano LGPC
As we navigate through life, we compile experiences that impact our identity.
As we navigate through life, we compile experiences that impact our identity. “Who we are” can be negatively affected by these experiences and can lead to dissonance or incongruity. I strongly believe that everyone has the power to overcome the impact of these challenging experiences. Through a collaborative approach, we can work together to help you identify unmet needs, develop understanding, improve personal development, and achieve self-efficacy.
I work with individual adults, adolescents, and children presenting with a range of concerns, including anxiety, depression, addiction, eating disorders, grief & loss, life transitions & adjustments, ones who have suffered forms of abuse, and those who have faced other adverse life events. The foundation of my approach is person-centered and psychodynamic. I use evidence-based interventions such as mindful self-compassion (MSC), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Narrative Therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I also have training in Family Based Therapy (FBT) for the treatment of eating disorders, suicide-related training & experience, and I collaborate with other professionals to provide trauma-informed care.
As a bilingual licensed graduate professional counselor (LGPC), I provide therapy in both English and Spanish. I attended the University of Minnesota where I earned a Master’s in Integrated Behavioral Health. Additionally, I am a research associate at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Science through the Henry Jackson Foundation, where I contribute to various suicide-related research projects. I am also a veteran of the Marine Corps.
Elsie Weinstein LGPC
Being fraught with uncertainty and upheaval takes its toll on yourself and your relationships
Being fraught with uncertainty and upheaval takes its toll on yourself and your relationships; whether it’s stress, anxiety, depression, grief or other challenges you are facing, working together can alleviate these issues. We can face your issues, your needs and/or your goals, no problem too small, no problem too large, and most important, no judgment. I am here for you.
“No matter the population that I work with, I feel privileged and humbled to be allowed to assist with one’s life journey, wherever that may be at any given moment in time.”
I am a licensed graduate professional counselor who works with a variety of clients from a diverse background. I see adolescent and adult individuals, couples, and families for therapy services. I work with individuals, couples and families facing life transitions, adjustment concerns, relationship struggles, clinical anxiety and depression and personality differences. I have an eclectic style when approaching my counseling work and can use many helpful interventions, tools, and philosophies in our time together.
Additionally, having earned my Master of Arts degree in Thanatology this accomplishment has provided me with specialized training in providing counseling to the dying as well as providing bereavement and grief counseling to those suffering from a loss. I co-created and facilitated the Death Café and have co-conducted Grief Seminars. In the Fall of 2019 I created and led a Pet Loss Support Group, providing an outlet for one of the many disenfranchised grief populations.
Shelby Fisher LGPC
When human beings face adverse events or severe life stressors
When human beings face adverse events or severe life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to spiral out of control. I have a tremendous passion to provide healing for those individuals who are living with the consequences and symptoms of trauma. I have worked with children, adults and families to create healthy perceptions of themselves and strengthen their relationships with the community resulting in them feeling peaceful, complete and safe.
In my opinion there isn’t one single therapeutic approach that is right for every individual; in order to meet the diverse needs of my clients, I found it valuable to train in a few different modalities. Overall, my counseling style is quite eclectic and borrows from the ideas of REBT, person-centered and Gestalt therapies. I work with individual adults & adolescents with depression, anxiety, life transitions, adjustment concerns, relationship struggles, identity questions, personality differences and other health psychology problems. I have a clinical interest in men’s mental health and in addressing specific counseling needs of minority community members.
I’m also a licensed graduate professional counselor (LGPC) with an educational background that includes a Master’s in Counseling and a Bachelor’s in Conflict Analysis & Dispute Resolution (CADR).
In my practice, your safety is important to me and I will work to support you gaining the insight and perspective needed for healing. I look forward to working alongside you in this process. Please reach out with any questions.
Pamela Bel Anu LGMFT
What is holding you back? Holding you back from the experience
Is there something holding you back from the experience of feeling fully alive, safe, and satisfied in your own life; in your own skin. Life can be incredibly challenging, it can make us feel unmotivated, depressed, anxious, overwhelmed and at times, desperate. Experiencing internal and external difficulties long enough and under enough stress, we become disconnected to what makes life worth living. I believe my job is to provide a safe space and be a supportive, caring, non-judgmental presence as a guide and collaborator in our sessions. Together we can face what is hurting or not helping you.
I have a Master’s Degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from California State University. Prior to becoming a therapist, I was an educator, and that experience has helped to shape my clinical perspective. I have worked over the years in a variety of settings with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples from diverse backgrounds and identities. I have a clinical interest in working with children that have complex learning, social and/or emotional needs. I’m also experienced in treating individuals with addiction, codependency and other recovery concerns. I’m a trained hospice and grief counselor and I have knowledge on the topics of infertility and adoption. In addition to these specific areas I also see clients with depression, anxiety, life transitions, personality differences and ones that might be living with the symptoms from previous traumatic events.
My therapy work is eclectic and holistic. I take a psychodynamic and person-centered approach that focuses on somatic experiencing and attachment. I incorporate interventions or tools from CBT, DBT, solution-focused, psychodrama, and mindfulness therapies. Most importantly, I work collaboratively with each client to uncover the best and most supportive path forward for healing.
David Swain LGPC
Someone once asked me "Why did you become a therapist?"
Someone once asked me “Why did you become a therapist?” after a long pause, I looked him in the eye and said ” Because I believe I was given a purpose in life; to help and be of service to people in the best way I know-how”.
Whether you are coming to therapy because you have a history of mental health issues, whether your life has been one of trauma, disconnection & suffering, or you feel unfulfilled in your work & relationships, I am here to help and be someone in your life whom you can trust.
My modality of therapy is eclectic; pulling from Client-Centered, Psychodynamics, Attachment Theory and Third-Wave Mindfulness practices such as ACT, MCBT, and DBT. I have experience with clients presenting with a wide range of clinical needs that include: substance use disorders, adjustment concerns & stressful life situations, grief & loss troubles, complex childhood trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and depression. I have concentrated experience in supporting clients with the 12 steps recovery-based program and can help coordinate these resources when needed.
I recognize that when a client sits down in front of me they are not just engaging in therapy, they are being courageous and vulnerable and I honor that fact. If you chose to work with me, you will find that my brand of therapy is all about empowering you to have the life you want and be present in your life once again free of stress, trauma, and suffering.
I look forward to the opportunity to be of service to you.
Aryeh Richter LGMFT
Are you in a relationship where you feel like you are not being understood?
Are you in a relationship where you feel like you are not being understood? Do you feel lost, alone, or that your communication always leads you to a brick wall? Are you confused at times about your own goals and aspirations?
If so, I invite you to come meet me in a comfortable, non-judgmental space where you can feel safe expressing your inner struggles without the fear of stigma, judgement, or shame.
My training is in marriage and family therapy, which prepared me to work with my clients from a broader perspective- encompassing their life experiences, family of origin, and earlier years, to help make sense of current struggles and patterns of communication.
I use a variety of therapy modalities while working with couples, families, and individuals to tailor the treatment to the specific client. We work together to identify obstacles in the path of the pursuit of their goals and learn and practice new skills to help avoid or overcome those roadblocks. One of my core beliefs is that it is the client who is the master of their life, and it is my sacred task to support and empower them to reach their desired destination.