Would you like to make changes in your life that could enhance your relationships, build your self-confidence and deepen your self-awareness?
Throughout our lives we will all encounter challenging circumstances, but some challenges require professional support. Whether you are experiencing a life transition such as becoming a parent, a career change or the loss of a loved one, or if you are struggling with a more chronic condition such as depression, anxiety or an eating disorder, we can work together to begin the healing process.
If you are experiencing one or more of the following problems and they are having a significant, negative impact on your daily functioning, you could benefit from psychotherapy.
Mental Health Symptoms
Anxious, depressed, panic attacks, mood swings, phobic reactions, irritable, tearful, difficulty sleeping, self-harming, obsessive/intrusive thoughts, overwhelmed, hopeless, short attention span, loss of pleasure for life.
Eating disorders, addictive behaviors, difficult or abusive relationships, co-dependent/dependent personality traits, low self-esteem, trauma, history of abuse and neglect, chronic pain and fatigue.
Common Life Transitions
Loss of loved one, career change, menopause, family planning, divorce, parenting, serious medical diagnosis.
Often these difficulties are accompanied by abrupt changes in mood and intense emotions that may overwhelm you. In a confidential, nurturing environment, we will begin to understand your difficulties, learn how to cope more effectively and utilize your true self.
If you are looking for healthier ways to take care of yourself, I am deeply committed to working with you.
Depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, hyper vigilance, flashbacks, panic attacks, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, self-harm, intrusive thoughts, compulsive behaviors.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Buddhist Psychology, Polyvagal Theory, Trauma-informed Therapy, Mindfulness & Acceptance Therapy, Safe & Sound Protocol, Internal Family Systems, Somatic Experiencing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Offices are located in Southport, CT. Other towns I serve in Fairfield County are: Fairfield, Trumbull, Stratford, Milford, Westport, Norwalk, Darien, Easton, Redding and New Canaan. I offer a free phone consultation (203) 293-4305.