I provide psychotherapy for individual adults, couples and adult families facing a variety of concerns, including: depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, adjustment disorders, compulsive behaviors, and attention deficit disorders that lead to or from:

  • relationship problems
  • trauma 
  • work and school concerns
  • life transitions
  • parent-child conflicts which occurred at any age
  • grief and loss
  • coping with physical illness
  • parenting problems and effective discipline

I use an integrative therapeutic approach utilizing Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapies to treat the unique needs of my patients and help them to change old patterns of behavior and thoughts to live healthier lives.

I have recently (2019) completed a 3-day certificate course in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I).

I have also completed the Mental Health Provider Diabetes Education Program (2018) co-sponsored by American Diabetes Association and the American Psychological Association.