The most important relationship in life is the relationship you have with yourself. This relationship contains the blueprints for the life you’ve created, has been the sounding board for all the decisions you’ve made, and has always been the foundation of your home. When this relationship is impaired, life may not look the way you want it to. Interpersonal relationships may suffer, your career may not be where you want it to be, feelings of depression or anxiety may result.
My team and I believe in a therapeutic foundation that is based on self-awareness, insight, and self-discovery. Our goal is to help clients learn to examine the inner workings of their lives and use this awareness as a way to create desired change and design the life they want to lead. Improved communication skills and assertiveness skills are also key ingredients to successful relationships with yourself and others, and are also a main focus of your work in therapy.