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Your Path to Emotional Well-Being: Understanding Psychotherapy

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy offers confidential and personalized support where you can explore your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors with a trained therapist. It provides a safe space for self-discovery, personal growth, and addressing a wide range of mental health concerns, from anxiety and depression to life transitions and self-esteem issues.

Couples Therapy

In couples therapy, I draw upon my Gottman Level 2 training and utilize scientifically-based Gottman methods to enhance the quality of your relationship. Together, we work collaboratively to foster healthier, more fulfilling partnerships. As a skilled therapist, I assist you and your partner in understanding and resolving conflicts, improving communication, and strengthening your emotional connection, ensuring that your journey towards a better relationship is both guided and supported.

DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)

DBT is a structured therapy that teaches emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness skills. Developed for individuals struggling with intense emotions and self-destructive behaviors, DBT helps clients improve their emotional well-being, build healthier relationships, and enhance their overall quality of life.

CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)

CBT is a goal-oriented therapy that focuses on identifying and changing negative thought patterns and behaviors. Through collaborative work with a therapist, clients learn practical strategies to manage their mental health issues, reduce distress, and achieve lasting improvements in their well-being by addressing the root causes of their challenges.

Trauma: EMDR and CPT

Unlock healing with CPT and EMDR, two potent trauma therapies. CPT reshapes beliefs over 12 sessions, reducing trauma's impact. EMDR lessens emotional intensity tied to memories through bilateral stimulation. Both offer efficient paths to healing.

From Anxiety to Empowerment: A Psychotherapy Success Story

As your therapist, I believe in your right to know the expected costs of your therapy. If you don't have insurance, you'll receive a Good Faith Estimate from me, ensuring transparency and informed decision-making regarding your mental health care.

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