I provide psychodynamic psychotherapy to people interested in creating the kind of change within themselves that leads to a more satisfying, connected, and fulfilling life.
Therapy will give you the time and space to delve down to the roots of your feelings, beliefs, thoughts, motivations, choices, dilemmas, and perspectives.
This investment in yourself will give you a greater sense of freedom in how you think, feel, and react.
Therapy allows us to slow down the fast pace of our minds and interactions to see behind the scenes
It gives us a chance to explore what hidden beliefs we have about relationships, about what makes us feel better, about who we have been, who we are, and who we want to be
It offers the possibility of real, fundamental change in how we think and feel about ourselves and the world around us
Why do People Choose Therapy?
It’s easy to say that people come to therapy because they’re fighting with depression or struggling with anxiety or want a place to talk about their relationships. I see it slightly differently.
I believe that people don’t come to therapy because they are having painful feelings or experiences. I believe they come to therapy because they want out of their pain. They come to therapy because they want to live a rich, fulfilling, meaningful life in spite of painful feelings and difficult experiences.
People come to therapy because they want options in how to think and feel.
They want some flexibility in how they react to pain, to disappointment and to a lack of control.
They come because they want more out of their relationships; more intimacy, more connection, and to feel more seen.
Therapy can help you find these things.
To learn more about beginning a therapy, please check out the How Do I Get Started? section or call (707) 564-7579 for an initial, free 15-minute consultation.