Therapy is often about seeking help in areas where one’s own attempts to make a change have been ineffective. Sometimes we feel stuck: either with recurring difficult feelings, troubling thoughts or our own mysterious behaviors. Sometimes we are not sure how to break old patterns, free ourselves from other’s expectations or overcome any barrier keeping us from living the life we want to lead.
Or sometimes we simply haven’t learned the skills or achieved the self-mastery we need to be effective as we navigate the hardships of life and relationships, which can at times be difficult even under the best circumstances.
To help you reach your goals, I offer evening and weekend appointments. You can contact me by calling 408-963-6694 x453 to schedule a free consultation.
I tailor strategies for change depending on the nature of the problem and those to best achieve your goals. My areas of experience include:
- Interpersonal Communication
- Crisis & Trauma
- Family Issues
- Sexuality Issues
- Identity/Sense-of-self Issues
- Military veterans transitioning to civilian life
David comes to the Process Therapy Institute as a Trainee who is currently obtaining a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from John F. Kennedy University with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy. David is supervised by Svetlana Kreimer (MFT #53525) and Dmitry Vulfovich (MFT #95964).
David is originally from Massachusetts, and has a B.A. in German Studies and Philosophy from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He has served in the U.S. Marines, which included overseas deployment during Operation Desert Storm in 1991. He has been married for 21 years and has three adult children.