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Types of Therapy


Unsure of what you're looking for? Have questions before you start therapy? Let's start with a free 15 to 20 minutes phone call to answer your questions or address any concerns. We can also briefly discuss your treatment goals.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is a one-on-one service focused on your treatment goals. Each session is approximately 45 minutes. It is a safe and confidential space for you to work through challenges, process difficult experiences, and work towards your goals. 

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is a service for couples/partnerships to process and explore challenges in their relationships together. Each session is approximately 50 minutes. There will be space for the couple to meet together and individually.


A free 15 to 20 minutes phone call focused on addressing initial questions and concerns you may have about therapy. We can also briefly discuss treatment goals and how it may align with my practice. I understand the importance of therapist-client matching and believe this conversation can help with that. 

Individual Therapy

I am trained in many evidence-based short term treatments, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I also incorporate psychodynamic theories into my conceptualization and treatment. I personally practice mindfulness and value its benefits in mental health. Hence, I incorporate mindfulness into my practice. 

I will likely use a combination of these approaches to conceptualize and practice. It is an integrative approach that foremost focused on the clients' goals and needs. Individual therapy can be short-term or longer-term depending on the presenting concerns and treatment goals. Sessions are 45 minutes and can occur weekly, bi-weekly, or in other frequencies depending on availability and treatment needs.

Therapy will always be a safe, supportive space. It will be open and transparent so that you can observe your progress and know the next steps. 

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is for couples/partnerships that wish to have a safe space to process and explore their relationship concerns. The goal of couples therapy is to help you improve together. There may be times where I meet with you as a couple and also individually. Couples sessions are 50 minutes and can occur weekly, bi-weekly, or as arranged. 

My couples therapy approach is grounded in Emotion-focused Therapy (EFT) and Gottman method. It will focus on emphasizing emotions, uncovering underlying conflicts, increasing effective communication in building relationship health. 

Specialty Areas


Depression is very common. This can vary from feeling down most of the time to not being able to enjoy things you used to enjoy. 


Anxiety is an important tool. It can disrupt our normal functioning when it becomes overactive. It can present in different forms, such as social anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), public speaking, or generalized anxiety. 


Conflicts in relationships are normal and healthy. Too much conflict and stress can become burdensome. It requires work to maintain a good, healthy relationship. 


Having an overwhelming lack of self-esteem and confidence can disrupt daily functioning. It can happen at any stage of life. Improving ourselves is a life-long process.

Work stress

Work and career are a major part of life but it does not have to take over our lives. When work stress becomes overwhelming, it can seep into other areas of our lives. 


Traumatic experiences can be acute or chronic. It can have an impact for a long time if unaddressed, such as in PTSD. It takes the form of anxiety, depression, and impact self-esteem in many areas of our lives. 

Life stage transitions

Life is difficult to plan in advance. Transitions are natural and inevitable but can be difficult, especially if they are sudden, unexpected, or unwelcomed.


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