There are so many reasons a person may feel they need or desire therapy. Even if your complaints fall under a label like “depression, or “anxiety” these words often fail to capture the complexity of what is troubling you. Which is why I prefer to offer real words to clinical terms. Utilizing a variety of approaches, I can help you with issues pertaining to worry, persistent negative thoughts, regrets, and self doubt. Or perhaps you are besot with difficult feelings such as grief, fear, dread, sadness or anger. Possibly your suffering relates to unhelpful behaviors related to food, or sex or substances. These difficulties in turn can put tremendous strain on relationships, which then can become a problem in and of themselves. Whatever particular issue is troubling you, therapy can be a place to gain understanding and develop new ways to relate to yourself and others.