Private, Professional Psychotherapy

Turn Wounds into Wisdom

Talking with someone about your worries to heal emotional wounds takes courage. Counseling could be intimidating and stirring. Thankfully, we offer an attentive and supportive environment that is safe, private and professional for your emotional health. If you need support, reach out. We are here to help.

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Adult Individuals

Don’t let worry, stress, resentment, and negative feelings fester and root themselves in your mind, heart, and body. Learn to let go of what holds you back and start reorganizing your life. There are healthy, positive solutions to help you bounce forward.


Build each other up, not down. Restore affection in relationships to boost understanding of each family members internal subjective experiences and perspectives in life. Learn to be an attentive and well-attuned family member.


Transform old, and established patterns of interaction into new ways of being by adopting a fresh mindset about you as an individual, your relationship, and your partner as their own unique person with their own set of goals, dreams, and past experiences. Learn to see one another.


Teenagers deal with hormone changes in an ever changing & complicated world. These milestones produce feelings, both for teens and their parents. When teens experience irritability, loneliness, and insecurity, our psychotherapy services may be able to help.

Psychotherapy because your Emotional Health matters

Our Approach and What to Expect

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a psychosocial approach focused on changing unhelpful thoughts and behaviors to improve emotional regulation via coping strategies to solve current problems.

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapy is a form of psychotherapy focused on exploring the depths of your psychology to reveal unconscious material in your psyche to alleviate psychic tension. This is a highly reflective and insight oriented approach.

Narrative Therapy

Narrative Therapy helps you identify your values, skills, knowledge, and the role in life you hold. In identifying these, Narrative Therapy helps you live these philosophies out in your life, so that you effectively confront whatever problems you may face.

Relational Therapy

Relational Therapy helps you develop a relationship Attachment style that is fulfilling and genuine. This therapy approach is based on the idea that mutually satisfying relationships with others are necessary for one’s emotional well-being.

Our Area of Focus is...

Your Past, Present and Future

We offer an attentive and supportive environment for your present life and current relationships. To offer you the best possible support in developing your potential, our approach believes in exploring your past and present experiences to help you move and overcome the heavy obstacles that may be holding you back and standing in the way of you and your future goals.

“If you know whence you came from, there are no limitations to where you can go.” (James Baldwin). It is in this spirit, that through dialogue and conversation, we explore your storied narratives, the relationships you lived through, and the relationships you survived; whether in your identity forming years of young adulthood or in relation to adverse childhood experiences that may have happened and left heartbreak and wounds in early age.

If you place value on a person-in-environment philosophy that examines relationships and the events from your past, present, and future, our therapeutic approach may be a good match for you.

Are we a right fit for you?

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know when it is time to get support?

Attending to your social and emotional health is important, and knowing when to get support varies based on circumstances. Some people get support after a specific situation has happened, others get support to think through and develop a path forward in their life. Others choose to get support as part of their regular routine care for the purpose of personal development for themselves and their relationships.

How long are the appointments?

Each appointment is approximately 50-minutes.

How long does therapy last?

Therapy is a very personalized process, and participation in therapy varies from person-to-person. Some people use therapy as routine care to their overall health, and make it a part of their schedule, in the same way they schedule their time at the gym, for yoga, and other health activities. When used for personal development in this way, therapy is open-ended. Others elect to use therapy for problem-specific situations, while others use it for events/circumstances they have lived through. The length of therapy varies from person-to-person. A rule of thumb at our office is that 6-months is considered short-term therapy; while 12-months is considered mid-range; and 18-months is considered long-term therapy. Again however, each person and their circumstances are unique, and the length of therapy varies from person-to-person.

What is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker?

A Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) is an individual with a Master’s degree and the necessary training, and state licensure in mental health and psychotherapy to provide individual and group therapeutic services.

What type of therapy is offered?

For Adults — we offer a blend of Psychodynamic Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (RE-CBT) and Relationship-based Therapy. For Children — we offer Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for kids, Relationship Therapy, and Play Therapy.

Does therapy always work?

Sometimes it does, and sometimes it does not. Because therapy is a very personalized process, your outcomes depend on the relationship that you and your therapist establish. It’s important to always communicate with your therapist in an honest and transparent manner so that they are able to best be of support.

What our clients are saying

Client Testimonials

We are honored and humbled by the work we do. We thank the individuals who have contributed to this testimonial section. Names and other identifying information have been changed for privacy purposes.

My therapist supported me through a really difficult time of change in my life. I learned to cope, I learned how to let go of my negative past childhood experiences. The day I made a commitment to therapy, is when my healing started.
29-year old female
Northern California