My approach to therapy is grounded in relational, psychodynamic thinking.  This means we attend closely to how you navigate the task of relating to others, paying attention to past relationships, your present life, as well as the connection between us as it shows up in the therapy room.  I also integrate techniques and approaches that draw from mindfulness practice, attachment theory, existential/humanist thinking, and cognitive behavioral therapy.  I hold a BA in Literature from UC Berkeley and a MA in Counseling Psychology from JFK University.