My Therapeutic Approach


I help clients by using tools from cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, and family therapy.

Our work together focuses on making changes in present life, and personal history is used mainly to shed light on current problems. Compassion, hope and humor help us create an optimal environment for growth.

Each person, couple, or family, brings a unique set of needs and circumstances to our meetings. Together we construct a plan of action, bolster resilience, develop nascent strengths and experiment with new behaviors.

Issues Addressed in Treatment



  • Healthy Individuation/Separation
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Career Development And Work Related Challenges
  • Personal Mission/Understanding Archetypes
  • Depression And Bi-Polar Diagnoses
  • Drug And Alcohol Recovery
  • Anxiety And Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Adjustment To Traumatic Life Events


  • Developing Love Through Empathy And Compassion
  • Intimacy, Emotional And Sexual
  • Parenting Partnership
  • Power Struggles
  • Divorce: Preparation For, And Transformation Of The Self During And After
  • Clarifying Communication


  • Communication problems
  • Individuation/Separation And Healthy Boundaries
  • Positive Psychology To Strengthen The Family
  • Fighting Fair And Conflict Resolution
  • Ethics, Values And Development Of Family Mission
  • Prevention Of Drug And Alcohol Use
  • Age-Specific Challenges
  • Grieving Loss


  • Healthy Self Regard
  • Identification Of Skills, Talents, And Strengths
  • Social And Leadership Skills
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Bullying Problems
  • Sleep Problems
  • Grief And Trauma
  • Adjusting to Divorce–for Children and Parents