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      Counseling for Individuals and groups

 

    2455 Bennett Valley Road, Suite B-208

                 Santa Rosa, CA 95404

                    (707) 477-6594

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Intro


      Counseling for Individuals and groups

 

    2455 Bennett Valley Road, Suite B-208

                 Santa Rosa, CA 95404

                    (707) 477-6594

      Scroll down for more information

 

 

Please click here to view a short introductory video.


I view those who are seeking therapy as being in a location in their life which doesn’t work and is causing pain and suffering.   There is, however, another potential location in which the pain and suffering are alleviated, and one can relax, enjoy, trust, and have purpose, meaning and satisfaction.  The path between the locations, however, is precarious, difficult and painful.  My job is not to protect you from the perils of your path or to keep you free of pain, but rather to lovingly and gently walk with you along your path and help guide you to your destination. 

People seek the services of a therapist for a variety of different reasons.  If you are seeking therapy because you are suffering (for any reason) and feel motivated to find a solution for your suffering, and are capable/willing to be introspective, honest, focused, and committed to your own healing process, then I can help you.  I work well with clients who are willing to challenge their old defensive views of their lives.  

I don’t claim to have all the answers – some of the best work in therapy happens when a client challenges me about what I say during a therapy session! I am grateful to work with people of all flavors – all ethnicities, nationalities, backgrounds, sexual orientations, occupations, etc.

In addition, I have three areas of passion: 

1) Working with older adults facing difficulties with relationships/isolation, health/medical issues, and end of life concerns. 

2) Working with individuals facing difficulties in the workplace. 

3) Working with men.

Therapy can feel scary.  It is VERY important to have a therapist that you feel comfortable with and that actually helps you.  While I am a highly qualified psychologist, my most important qualification is that I will be with you as a genuine, compassionate human being. 

Evening appointments available.


The Therapy Office Environment:

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