I have a deep passion for helping people work through life's struggles. Love, regret, failure, success, discovery, tragedy...all or some may be components of a life experience. How we come to understand, deal, heal, and grow from these is what makes us who we are. You’ve coped, survived, and carried on thus far. Let’s deal with what's going on with you NOW, and then look to explore ways in which to better your life going forward.
Therapy is not a "one size fits all" situation. I have experience working with people from diverse backgrounds and very different life experiences. I want you to feel comfortable in working with me as your therapist. As such, I offer a free 15-30 minute initial consultation, whereby we can discuss what’s going on with you.
I look forward to hearing what's affecting you now, and for you to gain a sense of me, and of what to expect in our working through these difficulties together.
E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call now about your free consultation at (310) 488-6980.
Areas of Practice
You may be at a crisis in your life. You may be seeking more authenticity, or more purpose to your life. You may be looking to simplify your life. Our work will be on what is present, but also to provide insight and understanding as to the question, "Why am I the way that I am?" This inevitably involves exploration of your past family dynamic, and how these influences have affected your present state(s) of being. The more conscious we become of these past fears, the more adept we become as we seek greater authenticity and become more attuned to our deeper selves.
internet addiction therapy
iPhones were introduced in 2007, iPads in 2010. As adults, we've enjoyed the simplicity of using these smart-device wonders.
Cyberaddiction is a growing concern, and not simply confined to kids and teens with AD/HD. Adults are just now becoming more conscious of how much time we vest--and how dependent we are becoming--on our computers & mobile devices.
couples & family therapy
Intimacy, vulnerability, trust. These are inextricably tied together as foundational to healthy relationships. However, our clocks don't always "tick-tock together" with our most intimate partner. We feel frustrated, or disconnected. We avoid. We fight. And when you add jobs and children to the mix, it becomes more difficult to see "the forest but for the trees" and we begin to isolate or escalate in our battles with our most trusted partner.
Try a free
Contact me for a free 20-30 minute consultation. No obligation. This will give us both the opportunity to find out if you feel I can help you.