I utilize a supportive, psychodynamic approach, which primarily means that I am interested in both your past and your present, in order to help you work toward a more content future. I believe that our earliest relationships have the most significant influence on how we view our world and our places in it. Once we identify these influences and patterns, we are able to adjust, reframe, and heal from them. You may think, “I’ve already discussed this with my old therapist,” or “I’m not interested in looking to the past, I need to focus on the future.”
You want to reevaluate who and what you want in your life. I can help you sort through what is important to you.
We can also work on helping you find relief from burnout, exhaustion, insecurity, and lack of boundaries. Therapy is a relationship like no other, and my own experiences have helped prepare me to help others gain confidence, hope, and finding their most authentic and comfortable selves.