“Self-knowledge, then, is not an aim in itself, but a means of liberating the forces of spontaneous growth” —Karen Horney, MD, in Neurosis and Human Growth (1950)
Whether you are looking to break old habits, develop new ones, or navigate through difficult life challenges and perceived setbacks, you deserve a skilled therapist to help you gain new perspectives and insights.
We strive to support your emotional resiliency and growth through talk therapy, drawing upon cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and psychodynamic techniques and perspectives.
Choosing a Therapist
Perhaps the best way to decide if a therapist is right for you is to dive in together over the course of a few sessions. Successful psychotherapy yields very real improvements in how you relate to yourself, your work, and others.