With emphasis on recovery from addiction, trauma, and intergenerational trauma, I work with people with a broad range of concerns, including depression, relationship problems, and feelings of alienation, isolation, and loneliness.
As a clinical psychologist and recovering heroin addict, I draw on both my professional training and my own experience in the process of psychotherapy.
Carl Jung understood that it is possible not just to heal the wounds of the psyche, but to transform them. Psychotherapy has the capacity to lessen symptoms, to shift obstacles, to heal old hurts. But beyond relief and resolution, it seeks to go forward—into wholeness, into connection with a core sense of self, into increasingly authentic ways of being in the world.