• Individual psychotherapy
  • Group therapy
  • Couple therapy
  • Skype Sessions
  • Workshops


During the process of psychotherapy, I use a variety of evidence based psychotherapeutic approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Person Centered Approach, Psychodynamic Approach, Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Eclectic Approach. The approaches I use depend on the individual’s needs that might include:

  • Anxiety disorders (OCD, GAD, Social Anxiety, Panic Attacks)
  • Mood disorders (Major Depressive Disorder, Dysthymia)
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Loss of a loved one and Grief
  • Adjustment Disorders/Dealing with transitions
  • Self Esteem and Self Confidence
  • Divorce/Separation
  • Burn out and work related issues
  • Relationships’ issues and marriage conflicts
  • Dealing with health issues


Assessment is the cornerstone of psychotherapy, thus during the first couple of sessions, assessment is essential in order to develop an individual therapeutic plan and set the goals of psychotherapy. Psychotherapy has benefits and risks and I welcome you to discuss any of the concerns you might have. It is possible for the person to experience negative emotions such as fear, sadness, and anger after the disclosure of traumatic and negative experiences. However, as part of the process, the therapist will support the individual to go through this phase in psychotherapy by helping the person understand, giving a new perspective and finding a new meaning and finally help the person grow and develop from this experience.

Therapeutic relationship

Although a therapeutic relationship alone is not adequate for the outcome of psychotherapy, a good therapeutic alliance is necessary. It is very important to feel comfortable with the therapist you work with.