Matt’s strength lies in the joy, optimism, empathy, realism, spirituality, and teamwork he brings into every session.
Matt received his Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and his Masters of Science in Clinical Psychology from the Institute for the Psychological Sciences.
A Personalized Approach To Therapy
Matt’s spiritual and psychological strength allow him to work confidently and fearlessly with whatever his clients present in sessions. In this context, Matt focuses on working with people who struggle primarily with depression, anxiety, OCD, life transition issues, emotional disturbances, relationship issues, feelings of emptiness, spiritual desolation, addiction, and trauma.
Matt uses a number of therapeutic approaches including Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Exposure Response Therapy, 12 steps, etc. He focuses on matching the type of therapy used in session with the needs of each client.
Joy, Optimism, Empathy
Matt’s strength lies in the joy, optimism, empathy, realism, spirituality, and teamwork he brings into every session. His greatest joy is creating strong working relationships with his clients and helping them overcome emotional and spiritual barriers that prevent them from experiencing the freedom and joy of living a life fully alive.
Living Fully Alive
How Matt lives a life fully alive in his own words….
“For me, a fully alive life consists of finding balance and harmony amidst the many responsibilities and challenges daily life presents. I feel most alive during my morning meditation time, after a breakthrough with a client, reading a suspense novel or connecting with a loved one. I also feel alive summitting a mountain, fly fishing, camping, skiing, traveling and riding my motorcycle. I am very much aware that my self-care is an investment in myself as well as my clients.”