I currently run two online interpersonal process groups and am actively recruiting members for a third group. For more information, click on the flier to the right. I’m actively recruiting initial members for the group that will meet every Thursday from 4:00-5:30 PM. There are no openings in the Monday or Wednesday groups right now, but if you’re interested in either group, feel free to get in touch to let me know about your interest and so that I can contact you when a new opening occurs.
Whether you’re experiencing the painfulness of longstanding aloneness or the aftereffects of a traumatic event, you have a rich store of resources still intact.
Individual counseling can help you feel more available and responsive in a variety of relationships and situations, more relaxed and at ease, and more confident about your range of choices in everyday life.
We’re all prone to losing track of ourselves in the balancing act of relationship. You may find yourselves abandoning personal limits, or getting entangled in situations that seem beyond your control.
Relationship counseling can help you restore broken trust, better understand each other’s reactions, manage boundaries, and access feelings and needs that contribute to healthier interactions.
Our sense of self is intimately connected to the constant influences of our broader environment. Among the most powerful of these are our interpersonal relationships.
Group counseling offers ongoing opportunities to discover previously unknown parts of self, study the nuances of the impressions you make on others and others make on you, and experiment with ways of interacting that authentic and relationally healing.
Bringing together relational, experiential, and somatic approaches
to help you move towards deeper levels of awareness and change.
Acceptance and Responsiveness
Though our earliest exchanges provide the blueprint for ways of being with others throughout our lives, these conditions can help you work through those that were most difficult and find your way towards more secure, nourishing relationships.
Attending to the Present Moment
Moving with and allowing for whatever arises for you in each moment – in the context of a safe, attuned connection – broadens your capacity to explore and transform difficult emotional experiences.
A Focus on Felt Experience
We reference the body as a primary tool for loosening the grip of habitual responses and for connecting with your whole self. Bodily movements, microexpressions, and gestures are all recognized as important and brought into conscious awareness.