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What makes your practice special when compared with others in the area?
My approach is direct, candid, intuitive, and dynamic. I conceptualize my work from a theoretical foundation commonly known as relational psychodynamic psychotherapy. This simply means that I attune to what you say and do not say, and offer you insight about the way our interactions feel to me. I place this information in the context of the way your past and present relationships and experiences have shaped you. In doing this, we get a sense of the story your mind tells you about yourself and the world around you. In this way, I see myself as a conduit for growth and will often navigate toward what I find most compelling rather than toward what I can clearly understand. I will challenge your views and question your actions when it seems they no longer work in your favor. I hope to help you discover pieces of you that you may not know exist. I utilize my experience with you to help you understand your experience in the world.
What are you and your team proud of at your practice?
My training is vast and, over the past ten years, I have seen clients from many different backgrounds — ethnic, socioeconomic, geographic, gender, creed, and so on — and a wide range of challenges for individual, couples, and group psychotherapy. I enjoy working with individuals from any and all backgrounds and walks of life, especially those who live alternative lifestyles and non-traditional relationship configurations. In particular, I have significant experience working within the LGBTQQ community, the BDSM and sex work communities, and individuals experiencing symptoms related to addiction, depression, relationship issues, and anxiety. I also work as a supervisor for interns wanting to work psychodynamically with sexual minority clients.