Psychotherapy

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Psychotherapy

Gail's Office

Therapy does not have to take forever to be effective. Your situation is unique, and the best approach for someone else may not be the right approach for you. When you consider therapy, you have goals in mind. Honoring this, I partner with my clients, treating each one individually, blending what I have found to be the best practices that are relevant to his or her needs and goals.

Therapy is a relationship built on honesty and transparency.  It is a deeply personal and thoughtful process.  Although it can sometimes be uncomfortable and challenging, the client’s utmost care should always be the priority.  The client’s needs and goals must be the focus. This is my guiding philosophy with each of my clients.

I have never been completely satisfied with the term client/therapist.  I see therapy as a journey between two people.  I bring my training and experience to the relationship.  Clients bring their hopes, dreams and desire for healing.  Together we create something bigger than if we traveled alone.”

“Working with Gail, I learned to value myself and my experiences.”   ~ Padi

I see individuals, couples, and families find new perspectives, possibilities, and purpose in the areas of:

  • Life Transitions
  • Women at Mid-Life and Beyond
  • Relationships
  • Stress Reduction
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Grief and Loss
  • Families Dealing with Addiction
  • Aging

There are times in each of our lives when we come to a crossroads. Our well-ordered existence is no longer working and it’s become obvious that something has to change—that “ah ha!” moment.   The right therapist can help you find renewed meaning and purpose.  Perhaps I am that person.

Finding a therapist that is a good match for you is key.  I invite you to all me at 619-282-4730 or email me
by using the contact form on this website so we can discuss your needs and determine if we are a good
fit. 

“Gail helped me to gain insight I can use for the rest of my life.”  ~ Bob