Reach out to me if you are finding yourself in times of TRANSITION, navigating the UNKNOWN and would like a spin in the right direction or if you are finding yourself STUCK and looking for ways to go into FLOW.
Also reach out if you are curious to look deeper in and deepen your JOURNEY OF SELF EXPLORATION
As Creator Beings we often use only a small percentage of our innate abilities and many of them stay untapped.
The way out usually involves going deeper in .. SO Let’s Go!
As a Psychotherapist I work with Individuals and Couples in California and as a Life & Relationship Coach and a Psychospiritual Guide I work with people from all over the world.
Contact me to schedule a free 15 min consultation and let's get a sense of each other!
I will be happy to let you know how I can be of service to you given your personal situation.
I am a licensed California Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT). The title Marriage and Family Therapist is a little misleading, since it seems to imply that most of what a MFT does is working with couples and families. In reality the biggest part of most MFT’s work is with individuals and couples. The term marriage and family therapist effectively refers to the extensive specialized training we receive in couples, family and child therapy as well as individual therapy.
I also work as a Life – and Relationship Coach and as a Dating Coach.
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I am offering help and support if you feel the desire or need to work on:
- feeling stuck and need a ‘reboot’.. either in your life or in your relationships
- experiencing lack of confidence in yourself and are held down by self doubt and self- criticism
- feel that you are not adequately fulfilling your potential
- often feel overwhelmed and anxious and sometimes unable to cope
- experience an underlying sense of sadness or chronic dissatisfaction
- seeking more balance or integration of your spirituality and your every day life
- experiencing doubt and conflict about something very private and personal to you that for whatever reasons you don’t wish to discuss with the people close to you.
- experience difficulty initiating or sustaining relationships or are repeatedly drawn into unhappy or unfulfilling partnerships
- are in a new relationship and would like support in building a strong healthy foundation for it
- are dealing with relationship difficulties, whether they come up with your partner, a family member or a colleague and need help with some of the challenges arising in it.
- are in a non-monogamous relationship and are looking for support and guidance around the specific issues arising in open or polyamorous relationships
- finding it hard to come to terms with life changes or deal with transitions such as leaving home, changing a career or place of residence, change in physical health or marital or economic status.
- have a hard time dealing with a relationship loss (for whatever reason). If you lost a loved one, recently or long ago, and are feeling stuck in your grieving process
- would like support with issues connected with being bicultural, or living in a culture other than your native one
If you live in an area where it is difficult to find a counselor you feel a connection with or someone who is grounded both in the classical Western therapeutic approaches, as well as in Experience- based approaches (Hakomi, RCS) and who also has a spiritual foundation you might want to consider therapy/ coaching by phone or by Skype.
Call for a free initial consultation to learn about my work or to discuss the possibility of our working together in this way.
Most couples go to a couple’s therapist or to a relationship coach when ‘the shit hits the fan’ and the partners are either fighting a lot or the distance between them is so big already that break up seems in sight. My attitude about couple’s therapy is similar to my attitude about medicine, which is ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a tone of cure’.
Most couples go to a couple’s therapist or to a relationship coach when ‘the shit hits the fan’ and the partners are either fighting a lot or the distance between them is so big already that break up seems in sight.
Once dysfunctional patterns become so entrenched in a relationship that a habit and a strong dynamic has built around them, it takes much more work, time and money to re-align than if help was sought when the issues first appeared.
Couple’s therapy and relationship coaching can be also of great help for a couple in the process of separation or after a break up. Separating two paths which have been intertwined for a while without losing mutual respect