Our therapists have diverse backgrounds and therapeutic orientations, but we share some common understandings:

  • Each individual has an internal healing intelligence, which we honor and support.
  • The therapeutic relationship is sacred – our duty to our clients is also a privilege.
  • Pain is inevitable, suffering may be optional.

We address a wide range of issues, including:

  • Anxiety and Stress Management
  • Depression
  • Traumatic Experience
  • Loss and Tragedy
  • Life Transitions
  • Family Conflict
  • Self-Esteem
  • Parenting and Career Challenges
  • Existential Issues

Our approach to psychotherapy includes several components:

Therapeutic Relationship
Above all, we work to provide an environment that is a safe, accepting, and honest experience for the client.

Somatic Intelligence
The body holds immense wisdom and healing power. We can train our clients to listen patiently to their felt physical experience, and leverage that wisdom and power.

Social Environment
We can support clients in healing, building and maintaining supportive relationships with family, friends, and partners.

By supporting patients in developing healthy behaviors in the areas of diet, exercise, and sleep, we can support them in nourishing a healthy psychology.

Experiential Transformation
We look for moments in which the present moment contains the possibility for transformation.

Internal Dynamics
We can assist clients in developing an awareness of and freedom from disempowering beliefs, and undoing biases in the realm of cognition and perception.

Early Conditioning
In helping our clients identify and address early emotional injuries, we may help them find new freedom from outdated ways of being.

In addition to providing therapeutic guidance, we assist our patients in understanding the how and why of the process so that they can become more skillful with future challenges.

Our rates for psychotherapy vary from $90 to $150 per 50-minute session. Unfortunately, we do not accept insurance for psychotherapy services at this time.

To learn more, or to make an initial appointment, please complete our New Patient Contact Form.