Psychotherapy, therapy, and counseling, are general terms that describe a way of talking about issues with a mental health professional to:

  • explore relationships and experiences to better understand yourself and others;
  • heal family conflicts;
  • end self-destructive habits;
  • learn how to identify and change behaviors or thoughts that adversely affect your life;
  • find better ways to cope with and solve problems;
  • learn how to set realistic goals for your life and take the steps necessary to achieve them.

I work with clients suffering from:

  • depression,
  • marital issues,
  • family conflicts,
  • failing relationships,
  • general life stress,
  • life transitions and challenges,
  • low self-esteem,
  • addictive behaviors,
  • anger management,
  • chronic anxiety and anxiety disorders (fears, phobias, panic attacks, and obsessions),
  • bereavement, grief and other loss issues,
  • career and money dilemmas,
  • parenting issues,
  • separation or divorce,
  • sexual abuse,
  • sexual concerns and sexual identity issues,
  • step-families issues,
  • the challenges of entering into a relationship,
  • chronic illness,
  • ......and so much more.


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