How does therapy work?


A common misconception is that the therapist, as expert, provides the client with advice intended to alleviate their problems. While I may offer suggestions, I view myself as collaborating with the client in an exploratory process in which he or she is able to access his or her own wisdom, healing potential, and problem-solving abilities.

According to research, clients generally consider their relationship with the therapist to be one of the most important elements of effective therapy. This reflects the healing power of connection, deep understanding, and a consistently safe space to explore one's inner landscape.

Common Areas of Progress


Self-Understanding & Acceptance

Positive Thoughts & Beliefs 

Confidence & Well-being

Anxiety & Stress Relief

Healthier Habits

Trauma Recovery 

Improved Communication & Relationships

Goal Achievement