The overarching philosophy of my integrated approach is founded in Attachment Theory and the idea that much of our conflict and distress stems from unmet needs from childhood. Once we identify these needs and the counterproductive ways in which we may go about trying to get them met in our current life, we can approach them from a place of compassion and learn more skillful tools and language to better navigate our relational world. De-coding this blueprint can unlock the source of old wounds, and provide a more reliable map towards reconstructing a healthier more fulfilling life. Areas of interest include relational issues, unleashing the creative spirit, the importance of living life “on purpose”, the plight of the pre-teen, unlocking trauma, divorce, and addiction recovery. I incorporate both conventional therapeutic modalities as well as a Buddhist Psychology perspective and I embrace all forms of spirituality as a source of healing.I am experienced in a variety of therapeutic modalities that address issues such as grief/loss and rebuilding, trauma, addiction, high conflict divorce, suicide, parental alienation, academically and emotionally challenged children, phase of life transitions, as well as the anxiety, depression and existential angst which often accompanies this journey of life.I place an exceptionally high value on the delicacy of the therapeutic process and the paramount importance of the client/therapist relationship, particularly among culturally diverse clients. I strongly believe we are not meant to walk this earth alone and consider it an honor to be entrusted with the privilege of accompanying you on this experience of being human.