Existential-Humanistic Integrative Psychotherapy is a form of therapy that places the individual and her or his needs as the focal point of the work. Effective, healing therapy must always include and authentically encounter the client. Through this encounter the client and I can work to a greater understanding who the client is and who they truly want to be. This self-understanding allows client and therapist to enter into a collaborative relationship that is as much directed by the client’s personal goals.
I received my training at the American School of Professional Psychology and earned a doctorate in clinical psychology. I currently hold a license to practice clinical psychology in the state of California (PSY# 27068). I have experience working with adults, adolescents, children and can work with people experience depression, anxiety, panic attacks, substance abuse, relational problems, and issues relating to adjusting to new life circumstances.