Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is the process of meeting one-on-one to address areas of your life that that you would like to change or improve. Together, we identify goals of therapy and tailor treatment interventions to meet your specific needs. There are a wide range of concerns that can be addressed in therapy.

 

Common concerns include:​

  • Anxiety
  • Body Image Dissatisfaction
  • Career Concerns
  • Depression
  • Grief/Loss
  • Identity Development
  • Life Transition
  • Mood Fluctuations
  • Relationship Concerns
  • Self-Esteem
  • Stress
  • Trauma
 
Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is the process of working with you and your partner to strengthen your relationship and connection. I work with couples of all genders, sexual orientations, and relationship statuses.

 

Common concerns include:

​​

  • Adjustment to Life Changes (such as cohabitating, marriage, parenthood)

  • Breaches in Trust

  • Communication Differences

  • Difficulties with Conflict Resolution

  • Navigating Differing Values

  • Sexual Concerns

 
Sex Therapy

Sex therapy is a form of traditional talk therapy that specifically focuses on sexual concerns. Sex therapy often includes learning specific behavioral, cognitive, mindfulness, and relaxation skills to improve your sexual functioning. Sexual concerns can be addressed individually or may include your partner(s). 

Common sexual concerns include:

  • Changes in Sexuality Throughout the Lifespan (such as after childbirth, pre- or post-menopause)

  • Differing Levels of Desire between Partners

  • Difficulties with Sexual Functioning 

  • Diminished Desire or Low Libido

  • Exploring Gender or Sexual Identity

  • Infidelity

  • Impact of Medical Concerns on Sexual Functioning

  • Navigating Open or Polyamorous Relationships

  • Performance Anxiety

  • Sexual Pain

  • STIs

 
Young Adulthood

Young adulthood, sometimes called emerging adulthood, is a unique time in life. It is a time of considerable transition and many defining life decisions. I have extensive experience working with college students and young adults to address many of the developmental experiences of this time.

 

Common concerns include:

  • Determining a Career Path

  • Developing Increased Autonomy and Independence

  • Emergence of Anxiety or Depression

  • Exploring Personal Identities

  • Exploring Personal Values

  • Forming and Maintaining Fulfilling Romantic Relationships

  • Finding a Work-Life Balance

  • Navigating Changing Social Relationships

  • Relocating for School or Work