• Standard Psychotherapy: one hour, once per week therapy for any problem. Therapy can last one session, five, or more, depending on your interest. I take extensive notes and email them to you immediately after each session.

  • Life Story Therapy: Some people don't like therapists' prying questions. But they're willing to, sort of like an interviewee on a biography channel, tell their life story or the history of a particular problem. I take notes, and later edit them extensively and show them to the client. Clients report that this method changes their upsetting, self-critical version of their history into a self-empathic, sympathetic and therefore relieving narrative, and their problems fade away. This method is especially helpful to people who have suffered a trauma like rape, other kinds of severe abuse, and exposure to traumatizing scenes.

  • Hypnotherapy: This method is particularly helpful with stress and addictions, especially addiction to cigarettes. It requires only three two hour visits to take effect. My unusual method involves imagining places and people you love coupled with powerful stress reduction techniques that removes inner barriers. Then with guidance, you can reach deep inside for your most hidden and powerful inner strengths.

  • Home Treatment: Actually this treatment can take place any place you choose that's safe. I've met with harried women in their laundry rooms, frightened victims of rape in adjoining cars in a church parking lot, businesses' offices, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, parks, and many other kinds of places. See my paper, Home Treatment In a Private Counseling Practice. This method is especially helpful for people who hate the thought of going to a therapist's office, have difficulty expressing their feelings except at home, and many others.