It is often a big step when a person, family, or couple decides to get help from a therapist. I offer a safe and supportive environment where you can explore your concerns, express your feelings, build on your strengths, learn new skills, and try out new ways to communicate in order to help you make positive changes in your life.
Every individual, couple or family presents with unique situations. I am often asked questions like:
How do I help my anxious child get over fears and stop worrying so much?
How do I get my teenager to talk to me about his or her life?
What can I do to make my relationships work better?
How do I become more confident in social situations?
How do I get over being depressed?
Why am I misunderstood so much of the time ?
On the outside my life looks great and I have nothing to be upset about so why do I feel stuck, bored, and depressed?
How do I get important people in my life to respect me more?
What can I do to decrease my stress level at home and at work?
How do I deal with my angry feelings?
How can I help my kids deal with separation, divorce, or death of a loved one?
Why do I seem to get involved in relationships that are not good for me?
How do I deal with a problem coworker?
How do I deal with a boss I don’t get along with?
My child has trouble making friends, what can we do to help?
How can I learn to communicate better?
How do I motivate my child?
How do I build social relationships at work?
How do I get my parents to stop nagging me?
How do I manage my school work?
What can I do to have a more positive outlook on life.
How do I deal with life transitions like going to college...
Are my thoughts feelings and behaviors normal for my situation?
How do I get my parents to take me seriously?
How do I get my parents to stop treating me like a baby?
How can I bring enjoyment back into my life?