You may consider yourself to be a creative if you are an artist, musician, filmmaker, writer, designer, or if you just happen to see and experience the world a little bit differently.
I am sensitive to the unique experiences of creatives (and independents) as you develop your identity, career, and self confidence, or simply seek to maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle.
My approach to therapy is informed by my experience as an artist, I think creatively about the process. I am also aware that sometimes we need to master the details before we can create a masterpiece. Not only do I tailor my interventions to my clients’ needs, I encourage you to use painting, drawing, talking, singing, playing, dancing and reading (both in and out of session) to gain relief from your symptoms and ultimately improve your relationships with others.