Welcome to my Practice
As a psychologist and a cognitive behavioral therapist I have worked with hundreds of patients and understand the intricacies of various psychological issues that people face.
My work revolves around being friendly, disciplined and organized yet flexible. I approach my patients and help them resolve their emotional issues of the past and the present, to open the door to a brighter and confident future.
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect in the first session when I see a therapist?
The first time you engage in free couples counseling, expect to be ask a lot of questions and to do a lot of talking. Counseling is largely directed introspection and, as such, you can expect that the counselor will be primarily interested in what you have to say. Though treatments ultimately may lead to guidance and advice, it often can be enough to simply speak and be heard. You also will be expected to sign the release agreement, and provide honest and clear answers to questions regarding your current mental state.
What are the signs of being abused by partner?
If you feel you are being abused by your partner, it is time to immediately contact a crisis center. Counseling is intended for individuals under no immediate danger, either to themselves or others. Abuse is never deserved nor expects, and a more serious conversation needs to take place with individuals trained to prevent trauma and provide safe places where victims can find respite. Please seek one now.
Is This Truly Free?
Initial consultation, and future contacts are and will always be free dependent on the nature and frequency of the support provided. The free couples counseling is intended for individuals seeking guidance, and is not intended to completely replace a psychologist or more intensive care. In other words: mileage may vary.