"Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength"
The majority of my clients attend individual sessions one to two times per week. Psychotherapy is most effective on a weekly basis. Intensive treatment is more effective and gets faster results. Meeting less than once a week is considered “supportive” psychotherapy. Supportive psychotherapy can help maintain the progress you have already accomplished.
I am a graduate of the Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis.
I provide intensive treatment for clients who find that once or twice a week therapy is inadequate for reaching their treatment goals. Psychoanalysis consists of meeting multiple times a week for as long as it takes to meet your goals. The rewards of such treatment are helping clients to finally break through long-standing difficult issues to have a much more fulfilled life.