Psychoeducation is teaching the context of what we’re doing in treatment. It provides the map and compass so you can better understand where you are and where you’re going. Psychoeducation goes broader and deeper than treatment planning. Treatment planning typically sets goals and timeframes for alleviation of symptoms. Learning the context of treatment, its underlying theory and research, helps level the playing field between you and me, empowering you with understanding.

To schedule a first appointment please select this link. Although experienced with emergencies, that is not my practice focus. As an outpatient therapist I work with people who can reliably cope, are not at risk or in crisis, do not have thoughts of self-harm, and are seeking to grow.