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I employ a diverse range of therapeutic modalities to tackle various issues, including personality disorders, ADHD, and difficulties related to relationships and parenting. Here are some of the key approaches I use:

- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): This structured, hands-on method assists individuals in altering patterns of thought and behavior that contribute to their challenges, thereby changing their emotional responses.

- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT): An evidence-based approach that blends elements of CBT with mindfulness practices. It focuses on teaching clients to live in the moment, develop effective stress-coping mechanisms, regulate emotions, and enhance interpersonal relationships.

- Attachment-Based Therapy: This approach aims to strengthen the fundamental bonds between individuals, improving emotional connections within relationships. It is particularly useful in marital counseling and advanced parenting workshops.

- Psychodynamic Therapy: A depth-oriented therapy that delves into the unconscious processes affecting behavior and emotions. This modality strives to uncover how past experiences, especially from early childhood, shape current behaviors and relationships. It is ideal for individuals keen on exploring the deep-rooted origins of their emotional issues.

- Ecotherapy: This therapy involves engaging in outdoor activities in nature, based on the belief that a deep connection with the natural environment can significantly enhance mental health outcomes.


Offering in person and telehealth


Attachment-based therapy is particularly powerful for those who have experienced early attachment issues or trauma, as it provides a framework for understanding and healing these foundational relationships. Helps partners understand each other’s attachment styles and how these styles affect their relationship. It aims to foster a more secure bond by improving communication and emotional intimacy.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Focuses on reinforcing desirable behaviors and reducing unwanted ones through structured routines and positive reinforcement. Helps modify negative thought patterns, enhancing coping strategies related to organization and problem-solving. Aid in managing impulsivity and anxiety, improving focus and emotional regulation.


Men's Issues

Therapy can help men set boundaries, prioritize self-care, and develop strategies to maintain a healthier balance. Helping men identify and communicate their feelings. Offering strategies to manage stress and develop healthier responses to anger.  Improving communication skills and emotional intimacy in relationships. 


Family Issues

Helps improve communication between family members, teaching them how to express feelings and concerns without conflict and understanding each other's perspectives. Provides support for dealing with the emotional turmoil of divorce, helping individuals process feelings of loss, anger, or betrayal, and move forward in a healthy way.   For divorced parents, offer strategies for effective co-parenting that prioritize the well-being of the children, helping parents maintain a functional relationship post-divorce.


Individual Sessions - Generalized Mental Health

Explores the influence of past unconscious processes on current behavior, and is used to uncover the roots of emotional suffering. Helps individuals recognize and understand their own patterns of behavior and the underlying thoughts that drive them.  Aiming to identify and change deeply ingrained patterns or themes in thinking, feeling, and behaving (schemas) that are dysfunctional. Teaches strategies to control intense emotions that often result in self-destructive behaviors or relationship conflicts.


Trauma Informed Treatment

Trauma-informed care recognizes how trauma can shape individual behavior and overall health—physically, emotionally, and mentally. It involves understanding, recognizing, and responding to all types of trauma, while focusing on building skills over fostering dependency, and promoting safety, choice, and empowerment. This approach addresses:

  • - Interpersonal Trauma: Involving trauma within personal relationships, such as emotional, physical, or sexual abuse.

  • - Chronic Trauma: Stemming from prolonged exposure to stressful situations like abuse or long-term illness, with progressively worsening effects.

  • - Complex Trauma: Originating from multiple, often interpersonal traumatic events, typically in environments with no escape, such as during childhood abuse.

  • - Developmental Trauma: Occurring during a child’s formative years in persistently harmful environments, affecting their emotional, cognitive, and physical growth.

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