As a therapist, it is my task to join with you to tackle your issues of concern. Sometimes these are situational. Other times you have become aware of a pattern or trend that continually gets in your way. The therapist must create an empathetic environment in which you can truly share and truly be heard. Then, the therapist can offer the insights and suggestions, so you may begin to unravel and solve the problems. It is a process. My work in Boston, Princeton, and Sarasota has focused on creating this environment and giving you the space to find your way.

  • Individual Therapy: There are various events in life that cause distress. These situations may require a series of sessions to help sort out the options by remembering personal resourcĀ­es and finding additional skills to get back on track.
  • Couples: Couples therapy helps each individual partner find emotional well-being and develop the skills to succeed in the relationship. There is need for understanding, communication, and problem solving.
  • Families: Children come with a variety of gifts, skills, and difficulties. Through understanding the needs of the children and the expectations of each parent, the family will outline the trends that have been established and define the areas which need work.
  • Children & Teens: In a therapeutic setting, children will develop suitable rapport and begin to present the internal and external concerns for treatment. The involvement of parents, whether in one household or two, is vital.

My work includes helping people who are in many different stages of life and may be dealing with a variety of personal and family issues, including but not limited to:

  • Relationship Issues
  • Adoption
  • Child or Adolescent Issues
  • Parenting (parenting plans, parenting coordination, etc.)
  • Divorce/Collaborative Divorce (family adjustment, etc.)
  • Attachment-based Therapy
  • Traumatic Events/Life Disruptions
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Illness/Death
  • Mental Health (personality disorders, etc.)
  • Psychodynamics
Dealing with Grief
Therapy for children
Family Therapy