My approach

Integrative Psychotherapy

In today's world, the abundance of counseling and psychotherapy models can be overwhelming. What distinguishes the Integrative approach I practice is its unwavering focus on fostering a robust therapeutic relationship. In each hour we spend together, it's your dedicated time and space where there are no expectations, except for your commitment to honesty and a willingness to share. My primary aim is to always be fully present and accessible to my clients.
While I incorporate a variety of therapeutic modalities into my practice, I place a strong emphasis on the here-and-now. This means I pay close attention not only to the events in your life between sessions but also to what unfolds within the therapy room—between you and me—during our sessions. Reflecting on your past is certainly a part of the process, but we'll only venture there when it proves relevant to your present experiences. This creative and pragmatic approach allows us to experientially delve into what motivates and limits you, ultimately identifying more effective paths forward.
I firmly believe in the power of dialogue. Whether we're sitting face-to-face online or in my office, our shared effort is aimed at gaining a deeper understanding of you. Through this collaborative endeavor, both of us will learn how to improve our abilities in building meaningful connections.
If you'd like a more comprehensive understanding of what therapy with me entails, I invite you to explore my blog or engage with Unlocked, a collection of short stories that provide insights into my online therapy practice.
I work with individuals dealing with a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship challenges, parenting, identity confusion, grief, and loss. Additionally, I offer support to couples and individuals navigating the unique challenges that arise from various forms of displacement.

Feel free to contact me by phone or email to set up your introductory session.
About Me
I offer therapy to adults, with a particular focus on displacement--related issues, such as loss, anxiety, loneliness, identity confusion, and shame.
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