Learn About My Approach to Psychotherapy and the Methods I Use

Depth Psychology and Psychoanalysis

Despite our “quick fix” culture, psychoanalysis, including Jungian analysis, is still widely practiced in the United States. It remains the most in-depth form of therapy, with an unmatched understanding of the human psyche and the most thoroughly trained therapists in the field of mental health. It is among the more non-pathologizing and strength affirming forms of psychotherapy. Read More…

Dream Interpretation

By paying attention to our dreams and learning to understand their language, we gain access to hidden or buried parts of ourselves. Ongoing dream work enriches the personality with expanded self-awareness. Read More…

Jungian Analysis

Jungian analysis is a specialized form of therapy that is aimed at activating the individual’s innate healing capabilities. Our symptoms, our struggles, our suffering and our dreams are all regarded as messages about unknown or neglected parts of ourselves which need attention. Along with relief from pain, Jungian analysis works toward developing access to inner wisdom, self-acceptance, authenticity and renewed energy for life. It is as much a form of “inner work” as it is psychological treatment. Read More…

Solution-Focused Counseling

Counseling or supportive therapy can be effective in addressing everyday life issues. It may include problem-solving, strategies for coping with difficult situations and learning new ways of viewing and understanding a problem. Counseling is focused on relieving troubling symptoms and resolving current life problems, within a safe, supportive, professional environment. Read More…