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Today, you are one step closer to a positive path to growth, emotional health, and well-being. Whether you are struggling with an unfulfilling relationship, depression, anxiety, eating problems, parent-child conflicts, loss, or general discontent, I am a qualified, caring and socially conscious therapist who has dedicated my life’s work to support others in creating positive change. Let’s get started!

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Do you feel hopeless, isolated, or unlike your usual self?

Have thoughts like “I am worthless” or “I hate who I am these days” entered your mind?

If so, you may be experiencing depression. But you are not alone, and there is help available. My practice can assist you in reclaiming your life and finding relief from the symptoms of depression.

We understand the social stigmas surrounding depression and strive to provide a supportive and caring environment to help you sort out the various factors contributing to your depression.

If you’re ready to take the first step towards feeling like yourself again, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Therapy for Depression

Therapy for Anxiety

If anxiety is taking over your life, therapy can be an effective solution. Anxiety therapy treats the underlying causes of anxiety and teaches coping mechanisms and problem-solving skills. Symptoms of anxiety can include:

  • nervousness
  • panic
  • sweating
  • insomnia
  • obsessive-compulsive behavior


If you’re experiencing these symptoms, therapy may be the best option for you. Contact me today for help with your anxiety disorder.


As a parent, you may worry when your child’s behavior becomes a consistent pattern. Autism, a neurobehavioral disorder that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior, is a common concern for many parents. Symptoms of autism include difficulty making eye contact, adherence to rules or routines, avoidance of social interaction, and repetitive or obsessive behaviors. Seeking professional evaluation is recommended if you notice these signs in your child. Therapy and medication can help manage autism’s symptoms, and seeking help early can enhance your child’s ability to cope and thrive.

Family issues

Our family influences us in both positive and negative ways, shaping our vocabulary, habits, customs, rituals, and worldview. Seeking family therapy is common in cases of:

  • divorce
  • parent-child conflict
  • sibling issues
  • domestic violence
  • traumatic family loss


Family therapy can heal wounds and bring benefits such as improved communication, problem-solving, empathy, and reduced conflicts. It is especially important for families dealing with substance abuse or behavioral issues. To learn more about how I can assist in reuniting your family, please contact me.


Personal growth

Personal growth, also referred to as self-development, encompasses the enhancement of all aspects of oneself, including feelings about oneself and effectiveness in living. It involves the development of positive life skills and realistic, healthy self-esteem. Personal development incorporates mental, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual growth, enabling individuals to live productive and satisfying lives while adhering to societal customs and regulations. Life skills, which fall under categories such as self-perception, intimacy, family, friends, community, job, and leisure, aid in successfully navigating life. These skills involve recognizing feelings, giving and receiving feedback, identifying assumptions, setting realistic goals, and using problem-solving strategies. People seek personal growth and development for a variety of reasons, including improving relationships, self-esteem, and overall life satisfaction. If you need help managing your emotions and behavior and want to improve your life, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Many of us have children that struggle to sit quietly, listen, follow instructions, or make acceptable comments. While occasional forgetfulness or daydreaming is typical, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can also manifest as inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. People with ADHD may struggle to control their impulsive reactions, such as movement, speech, and aggression.

Children with ADHD may exhibit a range of behaviors, from constant mobility and frenetic activity to tranquil withdrawal. The three core characteristics of ADHD are inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, although not all three may be present in every child.

  • have difficulty focusing and easily become distracted.
  • appear to ignore others when spoken to.
  • Squirm and fidget frequently.
  • Talk excessively
  • Act impulsively
  • Interrupt frequently or make inappropriate comments.
  • have a quick temper or become easily frustrated.


Whether or not a child’s symptoms are due to ADHD, untreated inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity can cause problems. These children may struggle to make friends and develop low self-esteem, and their behavior can cause friction for the whole family.

Effective treatment can make a significant difference in managing a child’s symptoms. With the right support, your child can achieve success and growth in all areas of their life. If you’re interested in learning more about ADHD therapy, feel free to contact me today. I can share how I can help your child reach their full potential.

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