Unfortunately, as of June 1st 2020 I have closed my office.
If you are an ADULT client interested in video sessions (tele-therapy) please call me at (817) 68-6825
If you were my client in the past you can still contact me at that same number.
Have you been feeling very sad, depressed, extremely anxious or paralyzed by fear or worry?
Are there painful memories or events from your past that do not allow you to enjoy life right now?
Have you lost a loved one and are still grieving their absence deeply?
Are you new to this city or country and still adapting to a new culture?
Those are just a few of the most common situations I have helped people overcome in my 16 years as a Family Therapist. My primary focus at this moment is working with women who are motivated to work towards a more fulfilling life . Additionally, being licensed as a Family Therapist means that I am also experienced in working with children, adolescents, men, women, couples and families. It also means that even if I see you individually I am thinking in terms of “the system” (your family unit) taking into consideration how your family history contributed to who you are and how you feel today. As a Family Therapist I can help you with your own struggles in the context of your relationships.
Here is a more comprehensive list of issues I can help you overcome:
Anxiety, panic attacks
- chronic sadness
- thoughts about suicide/self harm
- Complicated Bereavement (multiple losses, suicide of a loved one)
adapting to marriage
adapting to a new country, city, culture
- What can I do differently to improve my side of a conflict?
Questioning and accepting yourself
Accepting a loved one’s coming out
Survivor of child abuse
Witnessing / surviving violent crimes / catastrophes
Work and Career Issues
Emotions during pregnancy (depression, anxiety, decisions regarding pregnancy)
Post Partum Depression
Re-inventing your life after children grow up, divorce
Surviving emotional/physical abuse
Families by adoption
Discipline with Love and Logic (TM)
Educating teens while reducing power struggles with them
Raising children in a culture different than yours