I work with clients to formulate goals for our therapy work and come to an agreement about what we will be doing in therapy sessions together. Methods for working towards those goals may come from a variety of approaches, including family systems therapy, depth psychology, expressive arts therapy, and hypnotherapy. I am comfortable with transpersonal, humanistic, and cognitive approaches. We can work in the realm of how your life is working, as well as exploring the meaning and understandings you have about what life on earth is about for you. One model for understanding how I work is Self-Relations Psychotherapy (a therapeutic model developed by Stephen Gilligan that focuses on reconnecting mind/body processes) and my clients and I frequently use gestalt, process-oriented therapy techniques, inner-child work to explore parts of themselves, as well as investigating the meaning of dreams, physical symptoms, and behavioral patterns in their lives.