I work only with adults but have clients from 18 to 86 years old. I am curious, interested, and engaged in aspects of identity including, but not limited to, religious affiliation, cultural identifications, sexual orientation, age, experience, and histories. Because I see the the whole range of life experience, I can help with any manner of life transition, from adjusting to college life to finding meaning in life again after a spouse dies. From mid-life confusion to career change. The whole enchilada.
I approach my work from multiple perspectives including humanistic, existential, mindfulness, & relational. It is not uncommon for physicians to tell their patients to seek CBT therapy, probably because it is the most widely known. While CBT can be great, the first thing to look for is a therapist that helps you to feel comfortable, heard, and safe. These core conditions need to be met before you can allow yourself to be vulnerable enough to work through the important and sensitive issues in your life.