Thanks for stopping by!  I have openings for group counseling clients only at this time. For those seeking individual or couples counseling,
please check out the practitioner directories on my resources page for identifying other practitioner options.


I currently run two online interpersonal process groups and am forming a third group.  I’m actively recruiting new members for the Thursday group.  For more information, click on the flier to the right.  You can also learn more about interpersonal process groups at the bottom of this page.

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 for and responsive within 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 getting caught up in repetitive disagreements and misunderstandings with those we care about most.

Relationship counseling can help you better understand each other’s reactions, deal effectively with relationship distress, and experience more satisfying connection.

Our sense of self is intimately connected to the influences of our broader environment. Among the most powerful of these are our interpersonal relationships.

Group counseling offers ongoing opportunities to study the impressions you make on others and others make on you, and experiment with ways of engaging that authentic and relationally healing.

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 in your everyday life.

Attending to the Present Moment

Following whatever arises for you in each moment – in the context of a safe and attuned connection – can broaden your capacity to explore and transform difficult emotional experiences.

A Focus on Felt Experience

We reference the body as a tool for loosening the grip of habitual responses and for connecting with your whole self.  Bodily sensations, movements, microexpressions, and gestures are all recognized as important and brought into conscious awareness.