Families are the setting for our earliest relationships; our interactions with caretakers and siblings shape basic beliefs about love, trust and safety. This deeply informs how I work as a therapist.

I practice from a relationally psychoanalytic perspective, which means that I will pay careful attention to our relationship and what may be happening between us on both conscious and unconscious levels.  This most often is expressed through a deep curiosity on my behalf to understand you in the context of our relationship and explore ways you feel relationally misunderstood by others. Over time, this process creates a platform for you to have new experiences in relationship and ultimately apply those changes towards the relationships that matter most to you.