A wide array of mental health concerns brings individuals and couples bring to psychotherapy. Of course, in addition to specific therapeutic issues, each person also brings a unique set of circumstances and goals to counseling. I can work with you (and your partner if you are participating in couples counseling) to learn about your mental health concerns, your circumstances, and your goals, so that counseling is tailored to your specific needs.
Click on the key therapeutic issues below to access information about them. One or more of these issues may feel familiar to you. The explanations provided for issues that you may be grappling with may help you to clarify the concerns you would like to address in counseling. (Or you may have additional or different concerns.)
- Grief and Loss
- Relationship Issues (also see Couples+)
- Caregiver stress (also see Caregivers)
- Life Transitions
- Low Self-Esteem
- Addictions and Compulsions
- Finding Meaning and Fulfillment
- Difficulty Concentrating
- LGBTI Issues
- Multiple Mental Health Conditions
Note that the I do not prescribe/manage psychiatric medications, provide court-mandated evaluations/treatment, or evaluate students for accommodations for disabilities or special education services.