Every individual is unique, with different strengths, needs, and desires. Research shows that a trusting therapeutic relationship provides a foundation for change, and that within this relationship, many different evidence-based practices can be helpful. After listening carefully to my clients, I work with them to develop a plan likely to be effective.

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Individual Therapy

Treatment for adults and adolescents with various issues, including stressful life changes, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, grief and loss and adult ADHD.
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Couple Therapy

Emotionally Focused Therapy, a short-term, non-blaming approach to conflict and distress, provides the foundation of treatment.
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Couples on the Brink

Couples on the Brink

Are you or your partner on the brink of ending your relationship, but not completely sure it’s the best choice? If so, Discernment Counseling is designed for you.
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Family Therapy

Often the treatment of choice when family conflict plays a significant role in problems, family therapy is effective for many issues, including anxiety, depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Oppositional Defiant Disorder.
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Clinical Supervision

Proven track record of over twenty years providing clinical supervision to graduate students, professionals working toward licensure, and seasoned mental health professionals. Learn More >

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Couples Workshops

If you and your significant other are interested in improving your relationship but are not sure couples therapy is the right step, consider investing one day in an educational workshop on building loving connections.
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Attachment, Trust and Safety

What can you learn about relationships from unexpectedly stumbling across a bear in the woods? Dr. Ruth Jampol writes about attachment, trust, and safety.
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When Your Partner Won’t Come to Therapy

When your partner refuses to consider couples therapy, it might feel like he or she is giving up. That doesn’t mean you should, however. Read my article published here about how to discuss his or her concerns constructively and, hopefully, overcome them. Click here >

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