Clinical Psychologist, Psychoeducational Testing, and Psychological Testing
Goals of psychotherapy are unique to the individual and may be short-term or long-term but often involve:
Learning practical strategies to manage anxiety or distress.
Uncovering unconscious conditioning that drives negative thoughts and behavior.
Experiencing and expressing emotions while not being overtaken by them.
Communicating in authentic ways.
Expanding the capacity to manage and transform painful memories, crises, and hardships that inevitably arise in one’s lifetime.
Clarifying and deepening the connection to what is most important and meaningful to one’s self.
Gaining greater alignment and connection within one’s relationships.
Developing compassion and empathy for the limitations of one’s self and others.
People engage in psychotherapy for a variety of reasons that may be due to crises, diminished functioning, or wanting to gain greater clarity, purpose, and meaning. Specialties include:
Gaining meaning and purpose
Grief and loss
My approach to psychotherapy is integrative and client-centered. It involves assessing individual’s ways of processing information and making meaning out of one’s life. I work with the client’s unique perspectives, strengths, values, and meaning in life to help navigate and transform the challenges, obstacles, and crises that may be arising. I integrate a wide variety of approaches, including: