Call me for more details about my areas of clinical focus in my Berkeley psychotherapy practice.
- self-image, self-confidence, and self-esteem
- athletic performance, eating disorder recovery, and positive body image
- taming a harsh inner critic
- stronger boundaries and self-care
- borderline personality disorder & children of parents with BPD
- childhood trauma from siblings, parents, or peers
- inconsistent and overwhelming moods and feelings
- adolescent growth and developing identity
- career changes, relationship changes, and the road less traveled
- processing grief, and healing, from the death of a parent
- Self-criticism and self-esteem
- Life transitions, divorce, identity shifts
"Fear is a natural reaction to moving closer to the truth." -Pema Chödrön
I believe that you have a deep wisdom inside you that talk psychotherapy can help you to access, understand, and learn from. In my experience, the path to this type of understanding is not linear, and while you may find some relief after our sessions, this type of work is rarely expedient or quick. It may feel frightening, at times, to learn about yourself. I believe that what we are most frightened of are the parts of ourselves that need the most care and attention.