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Thank You for visiting my Website. I am your local resource for Adolescent, Couples and Complex Family System Concerns- including Families in Divorce, Addictions, Disordered Eating, Cutting, Couples In Early Recovery, Child Custody Mediation, Family Restructuring/Blended Families, Adopton, Child/Parent Reunification and Relational Patterns of the ACOA (Adult Child of the Alcoholic) & Codependent. 

In additon, I work wirh Tweens/Adolescents struggling to find their way in their Academic Performance and Peer Relationships by assisting them to identify their Strengths through Awareness, Acceptance and Action. This Positive Psychology Approach allows individuals to become more aware of who they are, embrace and accept- moving forward with a "tool box" for their best selves.

Finding a therapist to assist in your families well-being can be a difficult endeavor.  I understand the complexities of the individual experience in the family system and support all members as they work to strengthen (individualy or together) their relational challenges.  As a strength resilency systems therapist, my goal is to help each member of the family identify their individual challenges so to strengthen the entire system. While we can not change difficult situations of the past , we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges that may feel overwhelming today.

By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques such as DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and Family Systems Theory, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns, negative perceptions and self defeating beliefs that may be holding you and your family back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. I feel privledge to be a part of that journey.  Please visit the About Me page to learn more about my credentials.

This is my passion, not just my profession.   Please feel free to contact me via email or by phone to see if I can be of assistance.





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