Women’s Issues

During the past decade, I have been very interested to see that many women I work with are facing the reality of accepting nontraditional choices.  They may be the breadwinner instead of the stay at home parent, or choose not to marry, or they have switched parenting roles with a husband or partner, or have made other lifestyle choices that reflect the many options of women today.  In therapy, I work to help women look at how to do what they need for themselves, instead of relying or waiting for others to take care of them financially or emotionally.  With these women, the therapy often leads to the ability to face reality with courage and clarity, and a plan of action, instead of fear.