I offer individual and couples’ therapy. There are different kinds of therapists for different areas of expertise. Some are trained in addictions, some in habitual thoughts and behaviors (CBT), etc. My specialization is in relational dynamics. I have a master’s degree is in Marriage/Couples and Family therapy and I have taken additional trainings in couples’ counseling.
I notice how people relate with one another and within themselves — what meaning they take from these interactions and then how they respond. We all have these relational patterns, but most often they are out of our awareness. I can help you sort through, understand, and change the patterns that either keep you stuck or are simply unrewarding.
Understanding yourself this way can be deeply rewarding. It can enable deeper emotional connection with others and can allow for new possibilities to emerge.
In my work I draw from Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), psychodynamic theory, and mindfulness.