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What makes your practice special when compared with others in the area?
I work primarily with teenage boys and adult men and women. My work addresses a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, learning differences, attention and executive functioning deficits, divorce and other family issues, substance abuse and dependence, parenting, health concerns, stage of life issues, professional stresses and transitions, and deeper exploration of emotional, psychological and spiritual issues. Many of my teenage patients are facing a combination of family, school and social issues. My adult patients are often seeking assistance with personal and family issues, struggles in the workplace, and deeper issues relating to meaning, purpose and spiritual direction. I use a mix of approaches designed to help my patients quickly get to, and deal with the core of, what they wish to address. The essence of my work is presenting a safe, caring, compassionate and understanding place for my patients to freely explore and hopefully resolve the discomfort that brought them to me. I believe firmly in the need for a strong therapeutic connection between me and the patient to establish the trust and safety necessary for effective work to be done.
What are you and your team proud of at your practice?
In my nearly two decades of experience working as a therapist, I have earned a reputation among my colleagues as being a leader in the area of working with teenage young men who struggle with executive functioning issues. I have also authored a treatise on my study of Jungian psychology entitled The Transcendent Function: Jung's Model of Psychological Growth Through Dialogue With the Unconscious.