My Approach 


People seek treatment for a variety of concerns, often after they have exhausted non-professional resources (family, friends, books, and conscious actions taken to correct or initiate change).

Even within our societal acceptance of therapy, people typically suffer for a substantial period of time before considering consulting with a psychologist. Most therapists appreciate the daunting task of making the decision to consult with a professional; it is an acknowledgement of needing assistance that requires revealing one's intimacies to a stranger. Thereby it is not unusual that people often seek out therapy when their lives are in crisis.

A consultation period is crucial when seeking psychotherapy. This meeting provides an opportunity to take a number of critical factors into consideration: