I practice psychodynamic therapy and psychoanalysis. Psychodynamic psychotherapy emphasizes emotion, meaning, self-reflection, and the impact of early experience. It focuses on the therapy relationship to observe and shift relationship patterns in your life.
While a psychodynamic perspective is my base, I believe that no single theory can explain all of human experience. Over the course of 30 years, my approach has evolved to include elements of cognitive therapy, Buddhist psychology, and yoga philosophy.
Perhaps most importantly, I continue to learn from each individual who works with me. The unique complexity of every person brings refinement to each and every therapy process.