The people I see often feel worried confused, sad, angry, or struggle with similar feelings. Many have normal problems, such as loss of a loved one or troubled relationship. Some have major problems, such as depression, addiction, or abusive relationships. Regardless of the problem, the goal is to have a richer, more satisfying life. As well as listening with care, my style is to talk openly, sharing my thoughts and feelings about your situation.

 

I bring a lifetime of success and failure, joys and sorrows, to my work. Born in 1947, I am semi-retired with a part time practice. Appointment hours are normally 2PM to 7PM, Monday & Tuesday, Noon to 7PM, Wednesday & Thursday.

 

Linda Kramer, Art Therapist, is my wife and professional partner.

 

 

Linda Kramer, MA, ATR

 

Linda Kramer is an art therapist who works with people of all ages, toddlers through seniors. She specializes in helping people express themselves by means of art. Doing so, helps adults, as well as children, develop self-esteem, resolve troubled emotions, and improve their social skills. Artistic ability, or lack of it, is not an obstacle to self-expression. She helps each person find the best methods for expressing themselves, for example, drawing, "coloring," collage, sculpting, or painting.

 

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, LINDA IS TAKING A LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM HER PRACTICE FOR HEALTH REASONS.

 

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Sometimes a good psychotherapy is like childbirth. It is messy and painful, but with lots of hard work and a little luck, there is new life.

 

 

Sometimes psychotherapy is like driving to Denver. The highway is well-defined and there are mile posts along the way. --- Sometimes psychotherapy is more like a bird-dog, roaming the tall grass and bushes. The dog has got the scent but must search to and fro to find the quarry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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