In couples work, we may focus on healthy communication skills or explore underlying assumptions and emotions, often from childhood, that may interfere with your current relationship. Learning ways to deal with strong emotions, especially anger, that prevent you from being able to hear each other can greatly improve your relationship.
I strive to be a compassionate, nonjudgmental therapist who listens to your needs and concerns, respects your inner truth and who values and celebrates diversity and the uniqueness in each of us.
Marriage & Family Therapist
EducationUniversity of San Francisco, 1997, M.A. in Counseling Psychology
ServicesI specialize in relationship issues, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, stress, phobia, anger and effects of current or childhood trauma. Part of the joy of therapy is working together to find what fits for you from the tools and techniques I have found helpful to others in my 18 years of practice. Cognitive/behavioral, mind/body, EMDR and inner child work are some of the frameworks from which I draw.
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