I encourage my clients to look within themselves to find their own strengths, resources, and inner wisdom. And I believe we can all do this in the midst of whatever may be coming up for us in life — work or school stress, relationship conflict, family struggles, a sense that things just aren’t quite right and we’re not sure what to do about them.
I work with children, adolescents, and adults who are experiencing a variety of challenges, including difficulties in relationships, grief, indecision, anxiety, and depression, as well as searching for meaning, which I believe is an inherent part of the experience of being human. And because being a human is not always easy, I encourage my clients to develop deep self-compassion and curiosity about themselves and their lives. I believe that we are in a continual process of discovering and creating the meaning in our own lives and that by fully accepting who we are that we can see our lives clearly and make the changes that are right for us.