Seeking the help of a psychiatrist or therapist can be a crucial step in taking back control of oneself and one's life. Most people who come to see me are
trying to manage overwhelming feelings of anxiety and depression, other painful emotional experiences, stressful relationships, or frustrations stemming from their work life. They are finding it more difficult to experience pleasure day to day, and are feeling stuck and unsure of how to move ahead.
In a non-judgmental and supportive way, I try to understand the full scope of feelings and experiences that are making life more difficult. As both psychiatrist and psychotherapist, I am interested in all the factors that can contribute to a person's difficulties (biological, psychological, emotional, interpersonal).
I view treatment as collaborative, working together with patients to make changes that will alleviate distress and enhance the