Genuine Connection and Understanding
Honesty, humility, curiosity, and warmth sit at the forefront of my practice. I see therapy as a journey we take together, that starts from wherever you are. My attachment-based and psychodynamic approach focuses on building up your existing strengths and resilience. By looking at how your past has shaped your life, we can shift perspective from “what’s wrong with me?” to “what happened to me?” This takes power away from shame and heightens your self-awareness. From this place of understanding and acceptance, we’ll use tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness, and EMDR to help you regulate your mood and make a direct, real-time impact on your emotional experience and relationships.
How Can I Help?
Your mental health is a priority and it’s okay to need help. I provide a safe environment where we can discuss ideas and emotions.
“Recovery is not one and done. It is a lifelong journey that takes place one day, one step at a time.” — Unknown
With honesty, communication, and hard work, amazing things can happen. I create a safe, judgment-free zone, full of patience and understanding. We’ll work together to identify and address the root issues that are keeping you from living your best life.
We’ll have a brief call to get to know each other. We’ll discuss your needs and how I can help.
Our sessions will be held virtually for your convenience. No long commutes to come see me.
Time to Do the Work
Recovery can be a long and difficult road, but it’s worth it. We’ll work through it together
Get Started Today
How does therapy work?
How long does therapy take?
What happens during a therapy session?
Do you work with minors?
What are the benefits of therapy?
How do I choose the right therapist?
Finding the right therapist is very personal and there is definitely no formula to achieve this. Most therapists, me included, will start with an initial consultations so you can both get to know each other. Though there is no formula, there are a few things you should be watching for.
First, you should should fell safe and understood. This is primary, because most of what will be discussed is highly personal and without that feeling of safety it will be difficult to open up.
Second, you should feel secure in their competence. They should be able to discuss their experience and methodology in a way that you can understand.
Lastly, you should feel challenged. Therapists are understanding and supportive, but they must also be able to gently challenge your boundaries and push you to grow.
I have offices conveniently located in the Silver Lake and Burbank areas. I also offer telehealth services. Our sessions can be held in person or online from the comfort of your own home.
2502 Hyperion Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
3808 W Riverside Dr
Burbank, CA 91505