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Dynamic Psychotherapy is a term first used by Harry Stack Sullivan, the great American psychiatrist from last century who was one of the first to treat people in therapy with respect and equality. He stated, 
  
          "We are all more simply human than otherwise." 
 
It is this philosophy that I use in treating each person who comes to me for help. This therapy is based on equality between myself as the therapist and you as the client.
 
In this process of respect and active working together a great deal of growth can happen. There are many possibilities in therapeutic growth with your willingness and my experience. With good will and humor the therapy is centered on you and tailored to your needs.  

Therapy with me is a dynamic, interactive and safe process. Talk about and resolve life issues that cause difficulty. Relieve emotional pain and make life more joyful. Gain perspective and strategies to improve difficult relationships and emotional situations. Understand and work towards recovery from addiction, depression, and trauma.
 
 

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