Life is about relationships. I want to help you improve the relationship you have with yourself and others so that you can feel more free.
Psychotherapist in San Francisco, CA
You’re having difficulty navigating COVID, going through a break-up/divorce, assimilating to a new location, leaving a job, starting a job, becoming an entrepreneur, thinking about grad school or just finishing, getting married, becoming a parent, and the list goes on. Transitions are confusing and scary. These are challenging times in your life and you need support.
You dread waking up each morning. You feel sad and empty inside. You’re surrounded by people, yet you still feel alone. You’ve stopped doing the things you used to enjoy. You’re worried you will always feel this way.
Your thoughts are racing. You replay things in your mind over and over. The cycle of regret, worry, and fear seems never-ending. It’s exhausting and you’re fed up with it.
Many forms of therapy are like placing a Band-Aid over an untreated wound. Depth-oriented therapy helps you go beneath the surface. Diving deep in therapy allows you to get to the root of the issues and problems you're facing so that you can free yourself up to live a more rich and meaningful life.
Attachment theory is one of the keys to understanding yourself and your patterns in relationships. Attachment work in therapy is crucial to helping you strengthen the relationship you have with yourself and with other people. Working on attachment issues can help relationships make more sense and flow with more ease. This work is a game changer when it comes to finding and maintaining healthy, satisfying, long-lasting relationships.
In order to heal, you have to truly get to know yourself. Psychodynamic therapy helps you understand yourself on a more intimate level. By exploring past experiences and relationships, in addition to what is going on for you in the here and now, we can gain greater access to all that is you. This kind of therapy expands your consciousness and opens up worlds of possibility. You will start to connect the dots between past and present, which can be both revelatory and liberating.