About Me

I look forward to introducing myself and sharing the richness of depth psychology with you...
I focus on helping you manifest your best self. Working
together, we use the rich resources of your unconscious to support you in creating deeply meaningful changes in your life. I have over thirty years of experience helping clients develop relationships, heal childhood traumas, let go of toxic patterns, and discover meaning in their lives. I conduct individual, couples', parent & child, and group therapy in my office, your home, on the phone, or via Skype.

                My office is 138 N. Brand Blvd, Suite 300 Glendale, CA.  
                Evening appointments now available in Sherman Oaks.

Selected Areas of Specialization

Jungian Individuation
Spiritual evolution
Past-life regression therapy
Creative blocks
LGBTQ issues
Couples counseling
Mindful dying
Techniques of Depth Psychology

Depth psychology mines the wealth and creativity of your unconscious to improve the quality of your outer life. Using talk therapy, guided imagery, and dreamwork, we will explore the symbols and archetypal themes that are unique to your life. Through this process, we will tailor therapy to what you're seeking from life and from our time together. The benefits of this work include increased feelings of well-being, greater understanding of self, comfort with challenging feelings, clarified sense of purpose and meaning, greater satisfaction in relationships, and a stronger sense of connection to others and to the natural world.

Psychosynthesis

Psychosynthesis describes an approach to therapy that seeks, in the words of its founder, Roberto Assagioli, "the harmonious integration of the individual into ever larger groups up to the 'one humanity'" (Psychosynthesis, 5). Psychosynthesis represents the culmination of therapy, which moves through four major phases:
  • Thorough knowledge of one's own personality
  • Control of its various elements
  • Realization of one's true Self - the discovery or creation of a unifying center
  • Psychosynthesis: the formation or reconstruction of the personality around a new center
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The goal of inner work is to help clients unblock their bottlenecks and learn how to live in partnership with the unconscious rather than at its mercy.  
   -Robert Johnson



We don't receive wisdom; we must discover it for ourselves after a journey that no one can take for us or spare us.
   - Marcel Proust



In my early professionals years I was asking the question: How can I treat, or cure, or change this person? Now I would phrase the question in this way: How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for his own personal growth?
   -Carl Rogers