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These are anxious times and a lot is being asked of us as individuals and couples.  Difficulties with anxiety, relationship and/or depression that existed prior to current circumstances can worsen.  Staying connected and being able to reach for help is even more important during heightened stress and uncertainty.  I will be available throughout for phone and video consultation and full session services for individuals, couples and families.  I am planning a partial return to in office sessions on June 10.

I am Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist for Couples, Individuals and Families. I am also a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapy Supervisor. My approach to couple counseling and marriage therapy is Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). EFT works to foster healthy, secure bonds by recognizing patterns that have become destructive to your relationship. It is not at all concerned with judging or taking sides. EFT is a cost-effective, time-limited (usually 14-20 sessions), active counseling technique, that is highly effective and backed by extensive research. EFT gets to the root of relationship troubles, including healing after affairs and other betrayals, and can help save a marriage that might otherwise end prematurely.

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What to Expect

First, a non-judgmental counseling approach to clarifying what brings you to therapy and what relief would look like for you. Therapy continues with me aiming to gain a full understanding of your current thoughts and feelings in the context of your whole life experience. As our work together progresses you’ll begin to gain new awareness, flexibility in decision making, and a better understanding of yourself and people in your life. A good fit between any client and therapist is critical to the overall success of therapy (in fact, research shows that the inability of therapist and client to form a strong working alliance leads to poor outcomes)- so contact me and I’ll be happy to spend some time with you to answer questions you might have and discuss my approach prior to scheduling an initial appointment. Our work together takes place in a comfortable, private environment and is discreet and confidential. Therapy is a process but I want you to experience meaningful change from our first session forward.  If you are in crisis you can reach caring, non-judgmental help at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255) and at a medical emergency room.

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