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This approach is based on the foundational principles of psychoanalysis, but without requiring some of the features which would constitute formal psychoanalysis. The psychodynamic orientation focuses on a deep exploration of your inner world, uncovering the underlying dynamics that influence your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.


By delving into the unconscious, we aim to bring awareness to patterns, conflicts, and experiences that might be impacting your present life. Through dialogue and reflection, we help develop a better understanding of yourself and work towards resolving underlying issues that may have roots in your past. This approach facilitates personal growth, self-awareness, and lasting transformation.

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The relational approach places a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship itself, using the connection between therapist and client as a powerful catalyst for change. Our focus is on creating a safe, empathetic, and non-judgmental space where you can freely explore your thoughts and feelings.


By building a strong foundation of trust, we collaborate to navigate challenges, promote self-discovery, and foster growth. Within the relational approach, we explore how our therapeutic relationship can serve as a lens through which to understand broader patterns in your life.


By examining the dynamics between us, we gain insights into how you interact with others outside the therapy room. This process helps shed light on recurring behaviors, emotions, and responses that might stem from past experiences.


Additionally, we utilize "here and now" interpretations, focusing on the immediate interactions between us, which can illuminate current patterns of relating and offer opportunities for real-time self-discovery and transformation.

Internal Family Systems

Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, is based on the model that our inner worlds are complex systems populated by different “parts.” Each part has its own thoughts, emotions, and motivations. This approach works to uncover and harmonize conflicting or neglected parts, fostering a sense of self-awareness, balance, and integration.


By acknowledging and understanding these inner dynamics, you can learn to lead from your core Self, empowering you to make choices aligned with your true values and aspirations.

Please note that though I find IFS to be a valuable framework I utilize in my therapy, I am not a certified IFS therapist. If you are looking for an approach which is more primarily IFS based, I have colleagues I can recommend who would be a better fit.

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Mindfulness-Based Therapy

Mindfulness-based therapy draws on the practice of mindfulness to cultivate present-moment awareness and acceptance. Mindfulness teaches you to observe your thoughts, emotions, and sensations without judgment, enabling you to respond to life's challenges with greater clarity and equanimity.


By developing this skill, you can reduce reactivity, manage stress, and foster a deeper connection with yourself and the world around you. This approach empowers you to live with intention, enhance your emotional regulation, and embrace the full spectrum of your experiences.

Psychedelic Integration

Psychedelic integration therapy focuses on helping individuals make sense of and incorporate experiences they have had during psychedelic journeys. These journeys can lead to a wide range of emotional, psychological, and spiritual insights. Psychedelic medicines are being researched for a variety of therapeutic purposes, and discussions continue on how to optimize their effects. Something which has been established is that the integration process is crucial to maximizing the potential benefits and minimizing the potential risks associated with these experiences.


In psychedelic integration therapy, I provide a safe and supportive environment for those who choose to make use of these substances. I help individuals to better understand their journeys, process any challenging emotions or thoughts that may arise, and integrate these insights into their daily lives. These medicines and the associated therapies have led many to further self-discovery, personal growth, and healing.

Although a number of psychedelics are being reviewed to determine their suitability for therapeutic usage, presently the majority of psychedelics are illegal in most US states. I do not prescribe or provide psychedelic substances, but work with those who choose to use them on their own accord, with awareness of the legal status and associated risks.

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