Therapy is for anyone who wants to do life better.

Take the space you need to explore your feelings and experiences in a low-pressure, non-judgemental environment so you can feel empowered to decide how to make change in your life – then go out and do it with confidence. 

Master your emotions and escape survival mode

Understanding your emotions and building emotional intelligence are crucial when it comes to self-help and self-improvement. Whether we like it or not, our emotions are often in the driver’s seat, and our ability to understand and regulate them can be the difference between surviving and thriving. 

Building Emotional Intelligence can look like…

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Working on self-awareness

By learning how to reflect on your emotions, name your needs, and feel your feelings instead of ignoring them. 

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Practicing self-regulation

Through tools and techniques designed to help calm the central nervous system. 

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Refining social skills

By establishing boundaries, working on communication, and addressing conflict when it arises.

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Seeking empathy

And learning how to put yourself in someone else’s shoes, think through their experiences, and understand how they may be feeling in a given situation. 

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Finding motivation

By asking yourself why you want to break free of your barriers – then committing yourself to doing the work it takes to do so. 

Session Types

Individual Therapy

$245 per 50-minute session

People often come to therapy when they feel some type of lack. A lack of connection, motivation, or even desire to exist are all common triggers for seeking therapy. If you feel alone, depressed, burnt out, or wondering if you’ll ever be able to escape survival mode to actually thrive in life – you’re not alone. Together we can work to help you find motivation, feel connected, and rediscover the things that make your life worth living to the absolute fullest. 

Specializing in
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar
  • Boundaries
  • Depression
  • Grief & Loss
  • Life Transitions
  • Relationship issues
  • Shame/Perfectionism/Body Image
  • Stress Management
  • Trauma 

Men's Mental Health Therapy

$245 per 50-minute session

Men are uniquely impacted by the stereotypes of what it means to “be a man”, leading many to white knuckle their way through emotional challenges and avoid therapy when life gets hard. I’m equipped to provide specialized care for the challenges men face on a personal, interpersonal, and professional level. I present you the opportunity to take charge of your emotional wellness with help from someone who values your experience and recognizes your hardships. Become a better you to become a better partner, father, friend and colleague. 

Specializing in
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Anger
  • Career & Work Stress
  • Substance Use
  • Relationships – Romantic, fatherhood, friendships 

Couple's Therapy

$245 per 50-minute session

Whether you’re gearing up for an exciting transition like moving in together, getting married, or growing a family – or you’re facing a conflict or crisis such as loss, betrayal, empty nesting, or co-parenting after separation or divorce, couples therapy can provide a tremendous benefit for any relationship at any stage. Learn to improve communication, reduce patterns of conflict, and rebuild the trust and connection that brought you together in the first place. 

Specializing in
  • Betrayal Trauma/Infidelity
  • Communication
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Intimacy & Sexual Health
  • Parenting after Divorce
  • Relationship Transitions (moving in, marriage, parenthood, empty nest) 

Professional Services

In addition to my commitment and dedication to my clients, I’m passionate about supporting my fellow mental health professionals’ growth and development. Over the years I’ve trained many rising mental health professionals and I embrace any opportunity to do so when my schedule allows. 

Industry Consultation

$200 per hour

For licensed professionals seeking support with: starting a private practice, case conceptualization, crisis response best practices, application of evidence based treatments or professional growth and development. 


Before working together, we’ll hop on the phone for a free, 15-minute consultation. This consultation is an opportunity for you to get a sense of my personality and approach to therapy, and for both of us to decide if we are a good fit to work together. If we are not a good fit, this is where I can offer you another resource or refer you to a different therapist who is better suited to your needs. 

Everyone has a unique experience in life – and therapy is no different! I don’t believe in quick fixes when it comes to meaningful change, but I do believe in collaborating with my clients to develop a therapy plan that makes sense for their goals, finances, and what is happening in life outside of therapy. 

As an Out-of-Network provider, I cannot directly bill insurance providers. I can, however, issue documentation (superbill) for you to make an insurance claim with. I recommend reaching out to your insurance to discuss what options you have when it comes to coverage. 

Session Fees are $245 for 50 minute sessions.

I encourage you to think of therapy like an investment in yourself – for the enrichment of your life and your relationships. There’s increased value in working with a solo provider like myself.

Yes. New clients are welcome at this time.

Schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation with me here, and we’ll go from there. 

Yes. Telehealth is available to residents of California. 

Yes. I see clients in-person at my office in LA. 8500 Wilshire Blvd Suite 740, Beverly Hills 90211

No. I do offer services tailored to men’s mental health, but my practice is not exclusive to any one kind of person. 

Couples therapy begins with a 3-part assessment. First we meet together for 90 minutes so I can learn about you as a couple, your relationship, and your goals for therapy. The second session is split so that I can have 1:1 time with each of you, learning about your background and sharing anything that you were unable to share in the initial session. The third session brings us all back together to further establish therapy goals, discuss your strengths as a couple, and identify areas in need of improvement. From there we develop a therapy plan and session schedule. There is no set time frame for couple’s therapy. 

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