This is a place of openness, realistic goal setting, and freedom to discuss the issues most important to you. I typically work with children/adolescents/young adults or parents to reach your goals. You may be struggling with a trauma history, identity development, overwhelming stress or a need for additional coping skills to just get through the day. I like to be straightforward and still compassionate, direct on issues and supportive in solutions. Together we can identify what’s working, what’s not and how we find the balance to support everyday functioning.
My psychotherapy practice includes working with men individually and in groups (support groups). I do in-person and remote/Zoom sessions. I address all major men’s psychological issues. I utilize various approaches including psychodynamic, mindfulness, trauma work, grief/soul work, Jungian/Individuation, relationship work, changing patterns/habits and others.
Specializing in adolescents and adults seeking help with depression and/or anxiety. Experience working at the hospital level has led to additional focus on suicidal ideation, self-harm, and family/parenting sessions. My experience ranges from working with individuals in acute crisis while inpatient at Bradley to mild cases in private practice. Using a semi-structured approach with CBT or DBT skills, we will have something concrete to work on together and we will also have the flexibility to work on whatever you want.
Call and request an initial appointment by phone or email. Once you get to your appointment, explain your symptoms and what’s going on in your life.
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