Individual Psychotherapy

I see individual patients dealing with struggles ranging from depression, anxiety and trauma to trouble with relationships, creative blocks and difficult life transitions. In individual therapy, I specialize in helping people overcome motivational and occupational obstacles, improve and revitalize unsatisfying romantic, social, or work relationships, cope with grief and loss, and manage the emotional components of physical illness. I have a particular interest in the relationship between bodily and emotional distress.

My individual psychotherapy practice includes but is not limited to treatment for the following conditions or circumstances:

• depression, sadness, loneliness
• grief and loss
• anxiety, shyness, self-esteem, panic
• relationship difficulties
• living with chronic illness or disability
• trauma and abuse
• parenting
• infidelity, separation or divorce
• sexual issues
• life transitions
• personal growth
• encouraging and harnessing creativity
• career issues
• managing major mental illness

Even if you do not see your particular condition or circumstance listed above, I encourage you to give me a call to discuss your needs and goals for individual therapy. If I am not the best person to help with your situation I will always try to make an appropriate referral.