Change can be hard. It can be scary, overwhelming, and can produce fears. It is different than what we know, different than what things are like today. Change happens no matter what; it is the one constant that we all experience.
I believe psychotherapy offers a set of tools to cope with, manage, and create change. Whether you are facing conflict or stress, family transitions, relationship rough spots, chronic illness, death, or other life challenges, it can be helpful to have a professional assist in navigating through your time of uncertainty and discomfort.
In working with individuals, couples and families, my clinical approach is to partner and develop a plan that will best address unique concerns and goals. I believe working as a therapist requires an ability to remain non-judgmental, see varying points of view, and letting each client know that they are heard and understood in a safe and supportive setting.