Anxiety and depression can chip away at your confidence, relationships, and achievements. Sometimes anxiety and depression are longstanding issues. Sometimes they emerge around major life changes like the birth of a new child or the diagnosis of a serious illness. And sometimes it’s hard to put into words why you haven’t been feeling like yourself, or what’s keeping you away from things that used to bring you joy. That’s where a professional perspective might help.
As a clinical psychologist, I can help you understand where your anxiety or depression might be coming from. And most importantly, we can work together to build the resources to get through it. I offer therapy for adults and older teens who struggle with these and other areas of concern:
- Academic and professional issues
- Anxiety or stress
- Career changes
- Grief or bereavement
- Panic attacks
- Relationship problems
- Transition to post-college life
- Work–life balance
I do my best to create a safe environment for everyone who walks into my office. My practice is affirming of all cultural backgrounds, religious beliefs, sexual orientations, and gender identities. You can read more about my approach to therapy here.