Will therapy work for me?
Finding the right therapist can be frustrating. Yet, most people report feeling better and more confident once they take action and start therapy.
75% of people have improved significantly after only 14 therapy sessions, according to a national study.
The most successful outcome in therapy happens when there is a good fit between the therapist and patient. The best way to determine if we are a good fit is to Request an Appointment and meet face-to-face for an initial consultation. During our first meeting you will have the opportunity to discuss your situation and ask any questions that you may have.
Does this sound like you?
"I am my own worst enemy."
"I am self-critical and hard on myself."
"I feel panicky and nervous."
"I've lost my confidence."
"I have shame and guilt."
"I always worry about something."
"I have high standards for myself."
"I feel guilty when I am not productive."
"I feel stuck."
"I sometimes feel I'm not good enough."
"Asking for help feels like I am weak and have failed."
If you can relate to any of these statements, then you may respond well to the type of psychotherapy I offer. Many of my patients are learning the skills to overcome stress and anxiety and let go of self-limiting beliefs. The tools acquired during therapy can last a lifetime and effect meaningful change towards a fuller and richer life.