I view psychotherapy as a form of wellness for the psyche. Taking care of your mental health and attending to your inner life is as important to overall wellbeing as physical fitness and spiritual practice is to your body and soul.

Psychotherapy can be challenging, uncomfortable, rewarding, and generative. Our work together can help you navigate challenges too daunting or overwhelming to work through alone. Therapy can shine light on aspects of yourself that have been cut off or hidden from view. At the same time, you can deepen your ability to be with what is and develop new ways of holding, managing, and responding to life circumstances.

This work can bring about increased freedom and flexibility and a more compassionate, loving relationship with yourself and others. In time, you can develop a sense of being at home in yourself.