Life sometimes presents us with unexpected challenges and difficulties. We are left feeling overwhelmed, alone, frustrated, or scared, wondering how we got here. When our own attempts to handle life’s challenges are not working, psychotherapy can provide the support we need to work through and face our difficulties. Whether you have experienced a sudden loss or traumatic experience or you feel stuck and feel you are not meeting your full potential, psychotherapy provides a safe and supportive environment for self exploration and growth.
Psychotherapy can be helpful for a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief, past and current traumatic experiences, loneliness, or simply feeling stuck and unclear about what you want.
I believe psychotherapy can be an empowering and transformative experience that enhances both our relationship with ourselves and our relationship with others.
Psychoanalysis is an intensive form of psychotherapy in which the therapist and patient meet multiple times per week. This allows for a depth of exploration that one-time per week therapy is not able to achieve. Psychoanalysis can be very helpful for many issues including depression, anxiety, grief, and low self-esteem. It can be particularly helpful for people who have experienced early, and sometimes chronic, trauma.