I offer experienced, counseling and psychotherapy for human problems including difficulties in couple, family and workplace relationships.
818 NW 17th Avenue #11
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 1985
Faith: Agnosticism, Bahaism, Christianity
I work with couples who are moving into commitment and those who want to improve relationships that have become strained. I especially enjoy work with those who share responsibility for closely-held businesses. I work with couples to prevent divorce when that is possible; to help it be a compassionate process when dissolution is inevitable.
Our emotional partnerships often form the core of our sense of safety in the world. When our emotional partnerships are threatened or dissolving we feel groundless, cast adrift. I work with individuals to examine their state of mind and emotion when divorce is impending or in process and to help them move toward new goals and safety.
I have worked with women and men in their process of growth and recovery since 1985. My approach includes attention to the developmental, biological, social and emotional elements of alcohol and drug abuse and dependence to the many changes necessary to grow away from self-harming behaviors.
Anxiety can overwhelm people emotionally and physically. Response to life situations with less and increasingly less anxiety is an individual learning process. I help people develop strategies to approach and support that process.
Depression can be chronic, rooted in painful early experience and/or situational, reactive to events that are experienced as overwhelming. Depression involves biology, behavior and expectations. Working one's way out of a depressive state requires commitment, support and action. I offer counseling to facilitate clients' growth beyond depression.
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