My background includes experience in both law and technology followed by a risky transition. I know well that the demands of those environments can lead one to question their own values and sense of fulfillment. It is precisely those questions that led me here, where I am now most at home sitting with clients and helping them to better understand themselves, their relationships, and the forces that shape their individual perspectives.
Though my approach will vary depending upon your individual goals, my practice relies primarily upon psychodynamic, existential, and psychobiological theories. This allows us to explore family origins and long-held patterns of attachment and interaction while also considering the implications of daily struggles on the person you hope to be. I also believe it is important to account for the presence of threat or stress and how it might affect your physicality, memory, and the way you connect to the larger world.