Individual therapy

Use play therapy, sand tray, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy or other evidence-based treatments to heal from bullying, abuse, depression, anxiety, the daily strain or other challenges you are facing at work, school, home or elsewhere. Whether you are 6 or 106, we can work together 1 on 1 to help you accomplish the goals important to you :-)

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Couples therapy

Thirsting for relational intimacy - to know and be known, accepted and loved? Relationship counseling helps you to make the most of your relationships, past, present or future. I can help you even if you are not currently in a relationship or your significant other does not want to attend. Process through divorce, separation or other conflict and learn skills to feel happy again.

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Family therapy

Want to avoid parenting like your parents? Too-much tension between you and your teen? Are you and your spouse not on the same page? Family counseling helps you to understand and cope better with the stresses and strains of family life. Families can be a source of support, encouragement and love but sometimes relationships within families are put under strain and family members feel isolated or overlooked. Family counseling can help when siblings aren’t getting on, or when parents and children are going through a divorce or separation. Forming a new family is a challenge and it is at this point that many parents contact me for help.

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One of the ways I help people is through play therapy. Among other benefits, play therapy can help children become more responsible for their behaviors, develop respect and acceptance of self and others, learn to experience and express emotions appropriately and learn new relational skills.

Play therapy may also be used to promote cognitive development and provide insight about and resolution of inner conflicts or dysfunctional thinking in the child. Play provides a safe psychological distance from their problems and allows expression of thoughts and feelings appropriate to their development. The average course of treatment is twenty play therapy sessions.