Good relationships are key to our happiness–be they at work and school, with friends, at home, or just with our selves. Problems with self-esteem can interfere with our relationships by introducing self-doubts, negativity, anger and unrealistic wishes. Often, these internal beliefs are related to anxiety and depression.
Psychotherapy can shed light on the unconscious beliefs that lead to problematic feelings and behavior patterns, in a context that is enlightening, exploratory and accepting. At times, medication can be a useful addition to the therapeutic process. If you are in therapy with another therapist and are interested in medication treatment, I am happy to work with your therapist to provide a coordinated treatment approach. I also offer combined medication and psychotherapy, or either treatment by itself.