Symptoms Treated

My mind/body holistic view uses evidence-based techniques to effectively treat mental, emotional, and coexisting physical distress. Together, we will identify and treat issues that may be interfering with your ability to achieve emotional and mental comfort in your life. A plan of action will be selected that will enable you to master your moods, anxiety, depression, and other coexisting conditions. The following is a partial selection and a brief description of the symptoms and disorders I treat:


Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the most commonly diagnosed behavioral disorder in North America, occurring in 3% to 8% of school-age children and an even smaller proportion of adults. ADHD is a chronic syndrome of age-inappropriate inattention, including distractibility, forgetfulness, disorganization, and an inability to complete tasks or follow instructions. Neurofeedback meets the most stringent American Psychological Association standards for effective and specific treatments. The support of these organizations suggests that Neurofeedback should always be considered as a first-line treatment for ADHD or other disorders if the parent or patient does not wish to take medication. However, neurofeedback can also be used in conjunction with medication and psychotherapy.


Approximately 15% of the population suffers from clinical anxiety, with women twice as likely to develop this condition compared to men. This is a chronic disease, and we see that many people have been "worriers'' throughout their lives. In particular, many people with anxiety disorders also suffer from a variety of other issues, including phobias, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, and relationship problems. People with anxiety disorders typically report experiencing more recent stressors in their lives (e.g., conflicts with others, job changes, additional demands, etc.) than people without anxiety disorders. doing. They may also not be able to effectively solve everyday problems and may have personal conflicts that prevent them from acting as proactively or effectively as they should.

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Depression is a common and serious medical condition that negatively affects the way you feel, think, and behave. Fortunately, it's also treatable. Depression causes feelings of sadness and loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed. It can cause a variety of emotional and physical problems, which can affect your ability to work and at home. However, depression is also among the most treatable of mental disorders. Between 80% and 90% of people with depression will eventually respond well to treatment. Almost all patients gain some relief from their symptoms.

Grief & Loss

When people lose something or someone important to them, the feeling of sadness can be immeasurable. Grief has mental, emotional, and physical effects that can leave a person sad, hopeless, isolated, irritable, and paralyzed. It's important to understand that healing from grief is a process, and everyone deals with this emotion differently. Many people don't know what to say or do when someone is grieving, but please know it's important to be patient with them (including yourself) through the process. If you feel that feelings of grief do not ease over time, consider seeking professional support. My method for addressing grief and loss includes psychotherapy.


Headaches are an extremely common medical disorder that can be disabling. To understand the path to relief, you must obtain an accurate diagnosis from a trained professional. My holistic approach provides information about possible long-term and acute triggers of headaches. By alleviating these identified causes, you can prevent headaches from occurring and reduce their intensity. Additionally, my drug-free approach can help you manage symptoms even after a headache has occurred.


Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a common condition that can occur after a highly stressful or traumatic event. Many different types of experiences can manifest as PTSD. These events include car accidents, growing up in an abusive home environment, being the victim of a crime, physical or sexual abuse, experiencing a disaster such as a flood or bombing, experiencing the death of another person, and a traumatic war experience. There are three main types of challenges associated with PTSD: (1) reliving trauma, (2) avoidance, and (3) signs of physical stress. Through my extensive research with the Veterans Administration (VA), I've worked with patients across a wide range of PTSD symptoms. Reach out and let's work on this together.

Stress Disorders

Everyone encounters stress at some point in their lives, whether it's endless bills, demanding schedules, work, or family obligations. As a result, stress can feel inevitable and uncontrollable. The first step in managing stress is identifying the stressor. This sounds very simple, and it's not hard to point out big changes or a lot of effort, but chronic stress can be complex, and most people don't understand how their habits contribute to stress. Stress management skills are designed to give people control over their lifestyle, thoughts, and emotions and teach them healthy ways to deal with problems.