Counseling/Psychotherapy

My approach to counseling and psychotherapy is very much about the mutual influences of the network of relationships, whether I am working with an individual, a couple, or a family.

This web of relationships includes the multiple contexts of one’s family, one’s relationship to oneself, one’s intimate partner, extended family, friends, and relevant layers of the extended community.

I practice as a licensed marriage and family therapist in New Hampshire, license # 41. I operate under the AAMFT code of ethics. My specialties include intimate partner relationships, family therapy, anxiety and stress related concerns, and men's issues.

In my 34 years practicing in the field, I have gained training and experience treating a wide range of issues, disorders, and problems. I have developed an integrated, holistic approach and collaborative style that considers the multiple aspects and contexts of our human experience.  My therapy is largely informed by family systems theory, human development theory, natural systems theory, and social contructionism (people co-create shared meanings through interaction and language).

Client Focus

Gender: All
Religious Orientation: Any
Sexual Orientation: Any
Age: 18 and up

In addition to the above specialties, I also have successful experience treating the following problems and issues:

Anger Management
Anxiety Disorders
Behavioral issues
Couple Counseling
Depression
Developmental Disorders
Divorce
Intimate Partner Relationship Issues
Loss and Grief
Major Life Changes (marriage, birth, divorce death, retirement, illness, etc.)
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Parenting Issues
Spirituality Issues