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Graduated in 2007
Completed in 2006
Completed in 2008
Graduated in 1998
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My goal is to develop a confidential, safe, and therapeutic relationship with the client and that our mutual goal is his or her short term well-being and long-term happiness. I use an empirically supported psychodynamic and interpersonal approach to therapy and I have seen many people change for the better with this approach (Shedler, J, 2010 American Psychologist).