Seeking help is an important decision, and choosing the right person is crucial.

My many years of experience successfully helping people and training therapists have honed my therapy skills. Warmth, respect, and caring are just as vital to create a partnership that works.

Therapy is successful when the following questions are answered “Yes”:
Does this therapist understand me? The uniqueness of my family?
Does he recognize strengths as well as needs?
Is there a clear plan and does it make sense to me?
Do I believe he will help me?
And to be asked early and often: am I making progress?

Good therapy usually yields some positive responses quickly and measurable therapeutic progress should follow within a short period of time.