Working as a therapist, counselor or coach is rewarding. We see our clients overcome their problems and achieve their goals. But all of us–no matter how many years we’ve been at it– sometimes run into trouble –a client withdraws, grows silent or angry or therapy seems to have stalled. Finding ourselves worried, frustrated, or confused., we know that something’s gone wrong.
Even therapists need someone to talk to.
I specialize in helping other therapists, counselors, and coaches, offering clinical and research consultation, supervision, professional guidance, and personal psychotherapy.
Understanding our prosocial nature forms the foundation of my work as a consultant and clinician.
My practice integrates a biopsychosocial perspective, mindfulness, and findings from contemporary psychological science in the context of close relationships. This forms the center of happiness and healing — your own, and that of your clients