You don’t have to stay stuck in a persistent feeling of “not good enough.” You don’t have to be mystified by relationships or overwhelmed by your emotions. 

Therapy can help. I can help.

I don’t just sit there. I have an active, engaged style that helps you make real progress toward reducing that harsh self-criticism and lowering anxiety. I can help you recognize the unhealthy patterns in relationships and figure out what’s in your power to change. You really can feel different – you don’t have to feel disconnected from others or paralyzed by depression or social anxiety. You can have more honest and intimate connections with the people you love.

Working together, we examine what’s going wrong, and just as importantly, we uncover your strengths. Are you surprised at how uncomfortable it can be to hear a compliment, to feel proud about an accomplishment? You’re so used to hearing your inner critic beat you up that it feels impossible to listen to the other, quieter voice saying “good job.” I help you hear that other voice more clearly, so your inner world is not all self-criticism.

Talk therapy with me incorporates wisdom from mindfulness meditation practices as well as from current evidence-based therapy modalities. I help you shift your brain out of old, habitual ways of functioning and create new experiences that start to rewire your brain and transform you into your best self.

I use a variety of approaches in my work as a therapist, primarily Accelerated Experiential-Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP). We take your past into consideration, and primarily focus on the present moment. I bring  visual arts and cognitive-behavioral techniques into therapy as needed. Contact me for more information about how therapy with can help you on your individual path.

To schedule your free 15-minute phone or video consultation, email or call (415) 409-9023.


Want more information about how I work with specific issues? Keep reading below.