Therapy for adults, Parents, And college students
Therapy is an investment in your health and well-being benefiting you for the rest of your life.
I provide brief and long term therapy. All sessions are strictly confidential.
Helping you succeed socially, professionally and emotionally. Many people from all different professional and personal backgrounds find therapy offers valuable insight and support for navigating personal and professional life changes and challenges.
Divorce or Separation
Grief and loss
Work and life balance
Parenting & Postpartum
Parenting is the hardest job you will ever do; balancing your own self care and your child's needs. No parent is perfect. I work with you in a collaborative and compassionate way, building upon your existing strengths, helping identify your goals and work with you to get the most out of your family relationship. I am respectful of all family units.
Adjustment to parenthood
Building healthy routines
Child birth anxiety
Eating and sleeping challenges
Multi-generational family issues
Overwhelmed, anxious, sad or confusing feelings about baby
Post-Partum depression / anxiety
Raising resilient children
Self care: Time for yourself
Self Esteem building
Sibling rivalry/New baby jealousy
Talking to young children about difficult topics
Tears, Tantrums and Temperament
Traumatic birth experience
Nurturing baby/child development
College Student Therapy
Whether it is for yourself, your child or a friend, I'm here to help. College life is stressful. It is a time of great change. Balancing academics, responsibilities, life challenges and personal relationships can be overwhelming. Take advantage of what therapy has to offer. Therapy is your own space to slow down, receive support and guidance with what is troubling you.
Adjusting to life away from home
Anxiety and/or depression
Changes in academic performance
Drinking and/or substances use to cope
Feeling lost in life or career path
Social adjustment to college
Unhealthy eating issues
Friends/family observe behavior/mood changes
Loss of a loved one
Parental separation or divorce