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Do you have a difficult time handling the struggles in your life?

There are many reasons why a person goes to therapy, including the desire to learn to manage emotions, avoid negative thoughts, overcome a fear, regain motivation, overcome loneliness, improve relationships, face a change in life, remember to take control, or accept that we do not have it, navigate pains of the past,  Overcoming nerves, sadness, emotional emptiness, dealing with the challenges of daily stress, work, or just talking to someone. You define the goal, and my job is to accompany you to navigate the storm and come out of it stronger, more resistant, and more resilient. 


You must go through the resistance that comes from vulnerability, sharing aspects of your life, and exploring your thoughts, emotions, desires, and beliefs. It's normal to be afraid of being judged, but in my therapy, you don't need to hide anything. You'll be in a safe space to explore every facet of yourself. I'm here to help you, not to judge you. 

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Do you have a difficult time handling the struggles in your life?

Could you use an expert opinion on what you’re going through or a non-judgmental ear to listen?

Could you benefit the most from individualized attention?

Are you hesitant to talk to others about your problems?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then individual therapy could be the solution you’ve been seeking. Individual therapy differs from Group or Alternative therapy methods in the way that you are the sole focus of a single therapist who helps you develop and achieve your goals for therapy.

If you’ve been feeling hopeless or lost lately or struggling with a problem that feels unsurmountable, individual therapy could help you improve your everyday life.

So, if any of these sound like you…

  • You keep worrying about the same problem over and over

  • You don’t know whom you could ever trust with knowing about your secret struggle

  • You wish there were somebody who could tell you why you feel this way

  • You’re interested in therapy, but you don’t want to give up total control

  • Your struggle is negatively impacting other areas of your life

  • It would be best if you had somebody to listen to you and your feelings for once

  • You’re interested in therapy but not sure how it could fit into your life

Then individual therapy could be right for you. Individual therapy is helpful for many people because it’s the best way to get customized therapy. Group therapy may have its own set of numerous advantages. Still, you want more control over the pacing of your treatment, the methods used, the amount of analysis or feedback you can receive, and the timing of your sessions. In that case, you owe it to yourself to explore individual therapy.

If you’re looking for help in improving your everyday life – or for a more tailored therapy experience – you would be an excellent fit for individual therapy services. 

Please reach out to me today for an assessment for individual therapy or to schedule your first appointment.


Relationships are a fundamental part of our lives. When they go well, they provide great well-being. When they are in constant conflict, they affect all areas of our lives. I don't see conflict as negative; it is an excellent opportunity for learning and growth.  What matters is how the conflict is addressed. The intention is to ensure you can honestly and respectfully discuss your differences. 

In my therapies, the priority is that real and deep conversations emerge to address the conflict without judgment, contempt and if it is possible to reach a compromise or find a solution. This dynamic involves acknowledging, asking, offering, agreeing, and listening. Applying these concepts can go a long way in strengthening the quality of relationships.  Human relationships indeed require dedication and time, but it is also true that deepening your relationships increases your quality of life. 

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Infidelity is not always a failure. In fact, it's much more common than you might think. There is a tendency to judge in a very simplistic way, black or white, victim and executioner. But the reality is that infidelities have a lot to teach us about our expectations, ourselves, fears, identity, and affective bond, among many other things. 

The job of therapy is not to save a marriage or encourage divorce; the job of therapy is to understand what that couple wants and where they would like to go. There are many types of infidelities, and the key is not to approach them from a moralistic or sanctioning point of view. Instead, investigate with curiosity with the intention of understanding to reduce the damage, act congruently, and handle the storm as best you can.

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