Areas of Specialty

Everyone says love hurts, but that is not true. Loneliness hurts. Rejection hurts. Losing someone hurts. Envy hurts. Everyone gets these things confused with love.
— Liam Neeson

I specialize in helping people who are experiencing a crisis in their relationship. Whether that crisis be loneliness, co-dependency, infidelity, divorce, or narcissistic abuse, you can heal your heart, change your circumstances and learn how to thrive in your life after loss.

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Loneliness & Co-dependency

Are you feeling alone in your relationship, disconnected and unseen? Do you put other’s needs before you own? Are you involved with a partner who has an addiction or is always in the middle a crisis that you feel the need to rescue and take care of? Are you hoping that your partner will change? Therapy can help you understand the role you play in this dynamic, and teach how to ask for what you want and then hear the answer. You deserve to be seen, heard, and feel emotionally connected to your partner. Therapy can teach you how to shift your end of this dynamic, which will in-turn, shift the relationship.

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Photo by xuanhuongho/iStock / Getty Images

Infidelity

Infidelity, which is universally practiced and universally forbidden, seems to be on the rise in the west. While there’s no one size fits all reasons for why affairs happen, they almost always cause shattering pain to all parties involved. With that said, they are crises that can lead to great personal growth if one has the courage to look inside and heal from it. No matter which role you may have played or been assigned: the monogamous one, the non monogamous one or the “other”, psychotherapy can help you not only survive, what often feels unsurvivable, but in time, will help you thrive in your life because of it.

Narcissistic Abuse

Do you feel like you are walking on eggshells all the time with your partner? Does it ever feel as though once you get a little bit of peace and smooth sailing at home, that the rug always gets pulled out from under you? Have you tried to leave your partner, but somehow always get sucked back in? Do you find yourself making excuses for your partner’s behavior and overriding what your instincts tell you?

Some relationships are incredibly complicated, and can’t be understood alone. If you answered yes to any of the above questions, psychotherapy can help you get to the heart of the matter. You deserve to be valued and cherished. Love doesn’t need to be so confusing and erratic!