Success in psychotherapy is based on expectations and goals set forth in treatment, on the connection we make with clients, on the therapist’s ability to deal with ambiguity, on using evidence-based practices and on asking at end if the session helped. It is not the absence of problems that concerns me, but more importantly it is how we respond to them because life is full of problems. I am firmly committed to working closely with all clients helping them achieve long-lasting change by using efficient, effective, and empirically-supported treatments.
I believe strongly in the capacity for change, and I use a collaborative approach to reach short and long-term goals. I practice cognitive-behavioral therapy and family & couples therapy, which are treatments focused on developing new, healthier coping skills and improved relationships. Within each therapy session, we target the problematic thoughts, behavioral patterns, emotions, interactions, conflicts, that are keeping you stuck and unfulfilled.
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