Therapy is a process that offers an opportunity to better understand yourself ...  
 

an occasion to explore your unique thoughts, feelings and experiences ...
 

a chance to discover and

give voice to

your authentic self

 

About Me

As a licensed clinical psychologist, I am committed to providing a safe and supportive environment that is uniquely yours and allows us to collaboratively explore your concerns.  I provide individual and group psychotherapy to late adolescents and adults experiencing a variety of concerns.

Therapy is a process that offers an opportunity to better understand yourself ... an occasion to explore your unique thoughts, feelings and experiences ... a chance to discover and give voice to your authentic self.

Kathryn Bradley Psy.D. PLLC
 

Treatment of a variety of mental health concerns, including: Eating Disorders,  Self-Esteem Issues, and Relationship Concerns.  

Eating Disorders 

Distressing rather than enjoyable experiences with food and feeling at war with your own body can be confusing and isolating.  You may experience ambivalence about entering treatment as these thoughts and behaviors, though painful, may also feel like the only solution.

 

Therapy can provide a space where you may begin to understand and to heal your relationships with food and your body.  

   

Self-Esteem Issues 

Frequent self-criticism, disappointment in yourself, and chronic feelings of inadequacy interfere with the ability to freely live life.  

Addressing self-esteem concerns is paramount to allowing yourself to live a meaningful, creative and joyful life.  

Relationship Concerns 

You may be experiencing difficulty with a significant other, co-worker or friend or may simply want to learn about your interpersonal style and patterns. Understanding your ways of relating to others can help with a range of difficulties, from anxiety and depression to conflict with a family member.  

You may learn about the ideas, beliefs, and experiences that have shaped your views of yourself and your interactions with others and may begin to untangle painful patterns to create opportunities for more satisfying relationships.