Therapy is a courageous act. For many of us, we come into therapy only after a long time of trying to avoid or escape our emotional pain. Therapy is courageous because it involves turning toward ourselves, even the painful parts--because we really want to address the roots of our distress.
By doing this demanding thing called therapy, we can come to a new place in our relationship with ourselves or our significant other.
I believe this work is most effective when it is done in a deep way, when we dig into the rich soils of our deepest hopes, fears, dreams, and longings. And I aim to do this with the greatest possible integrity. The work needs to respect you, honor you, and celebrate you, no matter what—always calling forth what is most authentic.
To get started, please send me an email or give me a call at (206) 718-3664 or (253) 256-5133. I'll want to know what concerns have inspired you to contact me, how urgent your circumstances, and your availability for an initial consultation. To see what appointments are available at my two locations in the coming weeks, click the appropriate blue appointment button on the right navigation bar.