All we need is someone to listen deeply and to remind us that we are not alone.
Individual Therapy? Family Therapy? Couples Therapy?
Finding the perfect fit for your situation can be a challenge. I can help you match the type of therapy to your specific need. Here are descriptions of the therapeutic venues most commonly offered.
Individual therapy offers you the opportunity to meet one-on-one with a counselor. This personal attention allows for a more consistent and intensive focus on your therapeutic goals than in any other context.
Couples therapy allows for you and your partner to meet with a counselor together. This format is designed to help couples address problems related to emotional, relational, and/or sexual intimacy. Couples therapy examines imbalances within the relationship and facilitates conversations that lead to reconciliation and greater understanding, closeness, and love.
Family therapy provides an opportunity for you and your family members to meet with a counselor together. Family therapy aims to examine communication and relational patterns that impact all of its members. The counselor builds upon the family’s strengths while providing strategies that will help the family find solutions to their problems and live more harmoniously.
Group therapy brings people together around a particular topic and combines the spontaneity of group conversation with a sense of intimacy and familiarity among group members. Group therapy provides an opportunity for members to learn and practice new skills, learn how to express thoughts and feelings in the presence of others, and allows space for self-understanding in a safe community environment.
Telephone and Video Conference Therapy
I recognize that traveling to my office is not possible for everyone. For those who are unable to travel to the office because of distance or if your particular issue makes it difficult for you to leave your home, I provide counseling by telephone and video conference.