New Ideas. New Methods.

Nearly nine years as a therapist has compelled me to review and update my approach and practice. It’s not so much throwing methods away as much as building from experience.

Current neuroscience has greatly expanded our knowledge of how the brain functions in certain situations. This knowledge has significant implications for a therapist. The brain is remarkably malleable and new behavior can be learned. Thus depression, panic attacks, phobias and much more can be overcome by “rewiring” the brain to learn new beneficial behaviors.