In my private practice I see adults for individual therapy, children in play therapy and/or parent-child therapy, and conduct co-parenting counseling, and family therapy sessions. Drawing on CBT, mindfulness, psychodynamic and attachment theory, my approach is warm, relational, collaborative, and practical. I work best with people who are fully engaged in the therapy process, and willing to approach our time together with a sense of openness.
I am also trained in parent-child psychotherapy and work with children of all ages, but in particular the 0-6 age group. Parent-child psychotherapy or “dyadic” psychotherapy, involves working with the parent and child simultaneously. This type of therapy can be done at my office or in the home, and is helpful in addressing behavioral concerns in young children, difficulty with emotional regulation, anxiety, and history of trauma, neglect, or abuse. Parents learn effective parenting skills to increase compliance and enhance the relationship with their children.