In-Person Sessions

Sessions are 53 minutes.

Treatment Specialties

Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety, a prevalent mental health condition, involves excessive worry, fear, and physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat and sweating. Psychotherapy, particularly cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), is a primary treatment for anxiety. In therapy, individuals learn to identify and challenge irrational thoughts and beliefs contributing to their anxiety. Therapists teach coping skills such as relaxation techniques and gradual exposure to feared situations, empowering clients to manage anxiety effectively. Through a supportive therapeutic relationship, individuals develop resilience and confidence in facing their fears. Psychotherapy provides valuable tools for navigating anxiety and improving overall quality of life.


Depression is a mood disorder marked by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest in activities. It can also manifest physically, causing changes in appetite, sleep patterns, and energy levels. Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a common treatment approach for depression. Through confidential sessions with a trained therapist, individuals explore their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, uncovering underlying issues contributing to their depression. Therapists offer support, guidance, and coping strategies to help clients develop healthier thought patterns and coping skills. With time and commitment, psychotherapy can empower individuals to manage depression and improve their overall well-being.


Our relationship with ourselves profoundly influences our overall well-being. Psychotherapy provides a dedicated space to explore and improve this vital connection. Through self-focused therapy modalities like individual counseling, individuals delve into self-awareness, self-compassion, and self-acceptance. Therapists help clients uncover underlying beliefs, emotions, and patterns that impact their self-perception and behavior. Techniques such as mindfulness and cognitive restructuring empower individuals to cultivate a more positive self-image and healthier coping mechanisms. With therapeutic support, individuals develop resilience, confidence, and a deeper understanding of themselves, fostering personal growth and fulfillment. Psychotherapy offers a transformative journey towards building a more nurturing and empowering relationship with oneself.


Trauma, stemming from distressing experiences, can profoundly impact mental health and daily functioning. Psychotherapy is a vital avenue for healing trauma's emotional wounds. Therapists employ evidence-based approaches like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and expressive arts therapy to process traumatic memories and alleviate distressing symptoms. In therapy, individuals learn coping skills, emotional regulation techniques, and explore ways to regain a sense of safety and control. With the support of a skilled therapist, individuals navigate the journey from surviving trauma to thriving, reclaiming their lives and fostering resilience in the face of adversity.


Abandonment wounds, stemming from experiences of rejection, neglect, or loss, deeply affect emotional well-being and relationships. Psychotherapy offers a compassionate space to explore and heal these wounds. Therapists provide support and validation, helping individuals process unresolved feelings and develop coping strategies. Through therapeutic modalities such as attachment-focused therapy and emotion-focused therapy, clients address underlying fears and beliefs, fostering self-compassion and trust. With therapeutic guidance, individuals navigate the pain of abandonment, gradually rebuilding a stronger sense of self and forming healthier connections. Psychotherapy empowers individuals to transform abandonment wounds into opportunities for growth and emotional resilience.

Grief & Loss

Grief and loss are profound emotional experiences, impacting every aspect of life. Psychotherapy offers a safe and supportive environment to navigate the complexities of mourning. Therapists provide compassionate guidance as individuals process their emotions, memories, and adjustments to life without their loved one. Through grief-focused therapy modalities such as narrative therapy and mindfulness-based approaches, clients explore their unique grieving process and find meaning in their loss. Therapy facilitates healthy coping strategies, self-care practices, and the gradual acceptance of their new reality. With therapeutic support, individuals honor their grief journey and gradually find hope and healing amidst their loss.