Therapy is a very individualized process that must be tailored to fit the clients' unique needs. Therefore, it is important to select the type of therapy that fits you best. Don't worry, though, you do not have to decide this now and can be something you discuss with me first. This is just to give you a brief idea of services I offer.

I see clients Monday through Fridayn 9am-6pm and Saturday from 8:00am to 2:00pm. Call and schedule an appointment for one of the following services and/or a consultation today and begin your healing process.


Individual Therapy

This is a time to meet one on one with me to address presenting concerns. Sessions typically last 50 minutes. Problems often addressed in individual therapy include, but are not limited to:

Depression, anxiety, trauma history, adjustment to life changes, grief and loss, self harm, identity ambiguity, eating disorders, work stress, substance abuse.

Couples Therapy

Relationships are difficult and take maintenance to last. You may just be wanting to make sure things continue to go smoothly or this may be your last ditch effort to save your marriage. You and your partner will be present for these sessions; though at times I may request to meet with you each one-on-one to gather more information. Sessions are scheduled for 50-90 minutes to allow us to discuss your concerns in more depth. Topics that can be addressed in couples therapy include, but are not limited to:

Premarital therapy, relationship checkups, infidelity, couples considering divorce, communication problems, marital dissatisfaction. 

Family Therapy

Family therapy may include a blend of both individual sessions for each family member and sessions that include all family members. There is no limit to the number of family members that can attend, although this will be decided collaboratively. You and your child or family members can expect to work with me for 50-90 minutes to allow us to work with your concerns in more depth.Topics that can be addressed in family therapy include, but are not limited to:

Parent-child communication, child behavioral problems, family conflict, grief and loss.

Play Therapy

Because play is children's primary mode of communication, play therapy successfully helps children to work through issues and learn new skills through play. It also serves as a window into what may be going on with your child. This may include a blend of both individual sessions with your child and parent consultations or sessions that include the child and other members of the family. Research supports the effectiveness of play therapy with a wide variety of social, emotional, behavioral, and learning problems including, but not limited to:

life-stressors, chronic illness, traumatic experience, and behavioral problems