“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” (Lao Tzu) It is my philosophy that our interpersonal relationships, past and present, determine our well-being. It is this psychodynamic framework that I apply in my practice. I primarily work with individual adults for issues of depression, anxiety, infidelity, self-esteem, loneliness, substance use disorders in remission, and including life changing events such as divorce and career changes.
I conceptualize my client’s need for change from a psychodynamic perspective and also apply the frameworks of family systems, developmental, neuroscientific, and Eastern contemplative practice.
Given that the world of psychotherapy is my second act, I also bring with me the pragmatic view of the world of business and finance that allows me to understand my clients’ stressors and influences.
The journey of therapy should take you through your lifetime via different optics of insight. The purpose would be for you to meet your inner-self with compassion and curiosity whilst practicing acceptance and moving toward the change you seek.