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Child Psycholgist


Your Local Cognitive Behavior Therapist - Here to Guide You

Are you struggling with issues related to trauma, grief, addiction, anxiety, or major life changes? There comes a time when we need some help from a certified professional to help cope with many of life’s challenges. I’m a licensed Cognitive Behavior Therapist in the greater San Francisco area, and I’d love to help you on your journey toward healing and self-discovery.
Since opening the doors of my practice in 2000, I have provided patients in the San Francisco area with a wide range of psychological services. Life can be overwhelming and sometimes even exhausting, but I’m here to guide you through any obstacles you may face. My goal is to help you understand yourself more deeply and better cope with change.

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All the Answers You Seek, In One Place

Have a question you’d like to ask? I’m committed to giving patients the best care and experience I can. There’s no such thing as a bad question when it comes to mental health. Check out the answers to the FAQs below, and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any additional questions.


The first session normally takes one and a half hours, the following normally one hour. As regards how many sessions, that does depend on the therapy.   With Havening I now only work with people who committee to three sessions.


A once of session is so incredible relaxing and a treat, but generally people committee to four sessions and then once a month.   But that is totally up to you.

EFT tapping, one session is very effective but I recommend two or three.


Having discovered Havening, that method along with my 20 years experience allows me to select what I believe are profoundly effective and rapid tools to release trauma. Havening is based in evolutionary biology and offers you the opportunity to live a healthier, hopefully happier and more productive life. To Western eyes, to watch pain instantly disappear, long standing problems resolve and disturbing memories fade into the irretrievable past is nothing short of astonishing.
We call this method Havening. Havening, the transitive verb of the word haven, means to put into a safe place. While some forms of this approach have been around for decades, many mental health professionals remain skeptical given that it involves no medication, talking or prolonged exposure.

Havening has the unique ability to be just an effective online as it is in person. If you are feeling stressed or have particular issues you would additional support with remember that our global community of practitioners are available - just one wi fi or cellular connection away.

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