Psychotherapy in the San Francisco Financial District/Union Square
If you have been thinking about therapy and are looking for more information about how to get started, welcome! In my counseling and psychotherapy office in downtown SF, I help individuals and couples who are seeking answers to the questions that have kept them from fully engaging in their lives and in their relationships.
You might be thinking about therapy because of a specific problem you have not been able to resolve or because of a desire to know yourself in a deeper way. Perhaps you are feeling shut down and having difficulties getting in touch with your emotions or sharing your emotions with others — or even knowing what you are feeling. You may be successful and solid in your career, but your relationship, well, that is another story. Maybe you are in the process of questioning where you fit on the continuum of gender identity and sexual orientation. Or things may seem pretty good right now, yet you still have an unsettling feeling that there should be more meaning and purpose to your life. Regardless of what is going on, it has started to feel like you have tried everything and you are tired of trying to do it alone.
Wherever you are at on your journey, whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight, questioning, or none-of-the-above; comfortable with your identity or not, therapy can help you take the next step. My approach is very much influenced by my Midwestern background: warm and supportive, while also engaged and straight-forward. This includes demystifying the process of therapy and making it as accessible as possible.
I invite you to look over my website for more information about psychotherapy and my approach to psychotherapy. If you would like to learn more or if you have any questions about working with me, I am happy to offer a complementary initial phone consultation. Please contact me at 415-218-2442 (phone link works from smartphones only) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.