Connecting The Dots

“Life is difficult…” M. Scott Peck, MD boldly proclaimed in his bestselling book, The Road Less Travelled. My primary responsibility as a psychotherapist is to help people make sense of the parts of life that are difficult. We do this by connecting the dots of their story so that it is coherent and integrated.

Whether you had a difficult past or are having a difficult present, I can help you make sense of it so that you can create a more fulfilling future. Together, we approach this process by unpacking and understanding your hopes, memories, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. It is by connecting the dots that you become whole and more able to encounter new challenges with a sense of durability and strength. This work requires that you be courageous, honest and, at times, more patient with yourself.

I provide a secure place for people to bravely experience big feelings and big dreams. In doing so, I help them discover who they are and what they want. I am very fortunate to be able to say that I love what I do, and do what I love. I welcome the opportunity to help you connect the dots of your story.

Becoming a Dad: The First Three Years
Few authors are better prepared to write about fatherhood than John C. Carr, a social worker and psychotherapist who understands the psychological development of both infants and men. And, as a dad of three, he's on the front lines of fathering.

Carr covers not only practical “how-tos,” but also the more elusive, emotional side of being a father. Plus, he discusses the crucial impact a father's presence has on his child and why he should be present right from the start.

Men will find reassurance, as well as the insights and skills needed to manage work, family expectations, and their own needs as they adapt to their new role.

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