I use the tools of psychotherapy to help you grow and flourish amid life’s pain and messiness, and thus to explore who you are and who you want to become. Although it is often an awareness of personal limitations that brings people to therapy, I trust that you also come with strengths, including an ability to struggle with and resolve many of the issues that brought you to therapy. It is my goal to help you discover and use your strengths to enhance emotional health and to promote wellbeing.
Sometimes life is hard. Are you struggling to gain deeper levels of fulfillment, self-respect and authentic relationships with others? With over 30 years of experience providing individual therapy to adults, I am well-equipped to help you identify and deal with difficulties such as:
mental health concerns, including anxiety and depression
personal identity and growth
healthy approaches to grief and loss
If you are struggling or wanting to grow your relationship with your significant other, schedule an appointment to explore how to make positive changes in your life together. I have completed Levels 1, 2, and 3 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and use GMCT in my therapy work. Areas of focus may include the following:
addressing family issues
rebuilding trust after a betrayal
Are you looking for a skilled, experienced and receptive supervisor to guide you through the next phase of your professional development? I've provided supervision to mental health professionals for over 30 years, specializing in helping supervisees to develop clinical skills and to intervene with clients in positive, effective ways that promote growth. Schedule an appointment with me so we can discuss your supervision needs and see if we would work well together.
“I have referred patients to Cindy for years because she is an excellent therapist. She helps patients find joy and contentment again when battling depression, anxiety, or other problems. No matter how complicated their story or situation, Cindy knows how to walk beside her clients while they rediscover their resolve and find wholeness in their relationships."
Laura Champion, MD
Director Health Services