A significant portion of Julia’s practice is devoted to addressing the needs of college students. In this arena, she works intensely with many who struggle with disordered eating. As part of the therapeutic process, she looks at problematic behaviors with a deep exploration into their meaning, utility, and origin.
Julia is a kid-magnet. Weekly I see her take a scared and silent child into her office for an initial session, only to emerge 45 minutes later chatting away like best friends. When she works with children and adolescents, interventions include strengthening parenting skills, exploring the parent/child relationship, and engaging the whole family in facilitating change.
Depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, sexuality, and spiritual issues are within her scope of practice, among many other more nuanced issues. She tailors individual care to address the specific needs of each person and their goals toward happiness and recovery. Her philosophy is client-centered and strength-based to facilitate meaningful and lasting change.
Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM