Systems Theory is the foundation of Marriage and Family Therapy, offering a completely different perspective of people, problems, and change. From this lens, Individual, Couple, and Family problems are symptoms of an underlying process or cycle that we feel stuck in. Despite our best efforts to fix it, our solutions to solve our experience of the problem has only contributed to the cycle’s maintenance. My job is to put myself out of a job by helping you identify the cycle, and experience genuine change that allows for a new experience of normal without the problem in it. I already know there’s a way in which you make sense without making you the problem; schedule a free consultation to find out how.
It makes sense why you would want a face-to-face session to start. Unfortunately, many others share that belief and those slots are usually the first to go. However, If you’re really struggling consider this alternative. Once you’re scheduled as an existing BiWeekly/Monthly client for Online Therapy, then you’ll have access to all face-to-face cancellations (those happen every week), while also being the first in line for when a face-to-face slot permanently opens up (my job is to put myself out of a job). I promise that I’m not a disengaged kind of therapist who waits for you to do all the talking. Even in online sessions, I’m genuinely curious and invested in you finding the change you’re looking for. Worst case scenario you will actually benefit from Online Therapy, while also being well positioned for any future face-to-face slots that better suit your preference. Like I said, online doesn’t feel ideal, but don’t believe the hopeless thought of feeling stuck in your experience without giving it a shot. People are capable of tremendous change. That includes you.
I have a very different way of making sense of why people do, think, and feel the way they do. I don’t know about you guys, but I like it when things make sense. If you’ve felt stuck in a problem for far too long, schedule a free consultation if you’d like to make sense of your problem differently. You might be surprised.