Psychotherapy can help you address a specific problem, and it can also help you achieve greater happiness and satisfaction in your life. By starting the process of therapy, you are making an investment in your personal growth and well-being.
I strive to create a warm, collaborative and nonjudgmental space in which you can safely explore yourself and how you relate to others, and work through current challenges and obstacles in your life. I participate actively in the therapeutic dialogue, and I view psychotherapy as a shared journey of self discovery that can lead to lasting change.
My areas of expertise include: anxiety, depression, eating disorders, relationship and family problems, trauma, college and graduate student mental health, career and life transitions, and identity concerns.