Therapy is a collaborative process in which we work together to understand your concerns in the context of your life, establish goals for growth, and support you in developing understanding, skills and resilience in these areas. Reasons for seeking out psychotherapy are unique to each person. In general, psychotherapy can help with:

  • Feelings of stress and/or anxiety (restlessness, distress, discomfort, unease)
  • Feelings of depression (general unhappiness, hopelessness, lack of energy or motivation)
  • Feelings of dissatisfaction with life or relationships (feeling stuck)
  • Establishing and developing resources for more effectively adapting to major life changes and stressors.

Therapy can play an integral role in improving your overall health and well-being, your satisfaction in life and relationships, and your ability to take on and cope with day-to-day concerns. Whether you are interested in addressing things from your past, your daily struggles or anticipating challenges ahead, therapy can help develop the self-awareness, understanding, and self-compassion to effectively address and manage these concerns. 

I have experience working with a variety of different concerns, in particular: anxiety, depression, relationship concerns, trauma, gender and sexuality, and sports psychology. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.