Are worries, fears or stress overwhelming you? Are you having difficulty coping with day to day life or suffering a recent setback?
Are you suffering from chronic pain or a chronic health condition that limits your ability to enjoy life?
Are you constantly fighting with your partner or feel disconnected? Are you having on one bad relationship after the next?
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If you are visiting this website, then you are thinking about making changes in your life or you are struggling with a problem you can’t seem to solve on your own. Perhaps you even have a chronic and debilitating mental health or medical problem that you are finally seeking help for after many years. Or, maybe it’s just a minor issue and just want someone to talk things through with.
Psychotherapy is a great opportunity to work through your concerns. You want a therapist who will listen and interact with you…someone who can be supportive and help you find solutions to your problems…someone who will help you live a life that is different than it is today.
I am that therapist. I won’t just sit quietly and nod; I will work with you and challenge you to make things better. I believe that therapy should be a positive experience. A therapist can be a pivotal person in your life and I take that very seriously.
Whether a crisis situation or minor counseling problem, I will work as a “team” with you to establish practical goals and solutions. I have a “revolving door” policy. Feel free to come in and focus on a problem, stop treatment when mutually agreed and return again if another concern arises. I believe in adhering to the strictest of ethical and professional standards for my profession in regards to privacy, confidentiality and competence. If you are ready to make changes then call me or email me today to discuss how I might best help you. My office is conveniently located off Glades Road in Boca Raton.
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