Something is not quite right.  It might be a conflictual relationship, an unexplainable fear, a lack of passion, a sense of isolation, or a dark mood.  Or perhaps a destructive pattern, a physical symptom, an addiction, or a sense that you don’t quite know who you are. 

The reasons people seek psychotherapy are numerous, but a common thread that I see as a therapist is a general sense of feeling ‘stuck’ and needing the help of another person to get ‘unstuck’.  The other thing I see is that each person’s process is unique and that therapy is certainly not a ‘one size fits all’ project.

One of my primary goals as a therapist is to create a space that allows you to be honest with yourself without fear of judgment or shame.  In this space we can be curious about you and your experience in a way that leads to increased awareness, a greater sense of freedom, and more choices in living a life that is authentic to you as an individual.  Here the goals are wholeness, healing balance, and personal transformation.