Over the past twenty years the field of neuroscience has shown us that we are much more than our brains — that we are not a “ghost in a machine.” Instead, the brain is an extension of the body, and in turn the world, woven with and responsive to what happens inside us and around us. That finding has led to significant changes in the field of therapy, and is the reason I focus my work here, at the intersection of four realms of human experience:
I work with people to unpack the nature of the problems they face, to understand the wisdom of these problems, and to transform them into opportunities for greater well-being and engagement with the world we share.
Some of the problems I commonly work with include anxiety, depression, PTSD, complex trauma and dissociation. But not all problems have names. Other problems I commonly work with include:
I believe that wellness means greater comfort with ourselves, deeper relationships with others, and the tools to feel confident and effective in navigating the challenges we face as human beings. My job is to help you get there.