Life can be hard.

Difficult and painful things happen sometimes. Loss of a job, a spouse, money, identity or purpose. Maybe someone hurt you causing fear, sadness, loneliness or anger.

Pain tends to make us forget who we are and what we want out of of life.

If you feel lost or unsure of what to do …

There is hope.

People come here not to forget about their troubles or stresses, but to find the strength to reclaim their safety, stability, identity and happiness.

Facing pain — not running from it or wallowing in it — helps you to create the life you really want.

Let’s begin the healing process by calling
561-213-7638 or click here.



I founded S2S to provide a safe and nurturing environment for adults to understand and master their anxiety, depression, and fear caused by a traumatic or painful life experience. I know how it feels to have a secret, and to feel hurt. I also know how it feels to be supported, heard and understood. It’s your turn. I became a therapist to give you what helped me most: expert support. Learn more

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Treatment Specializations


Most of us feel sad, blue or down in the dumps occasionally. Depression is deeper and more intense. It is often accompanied by irritability, hopelessness, and boredom.

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Anxiety is a mixed blessing. It can motivate us to achieve and it can prevent us from reaching our goals. If anxiety is getting in your way, we have many options to help you bring it under control.

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Relationship and Family Issues

As a specially trained and experienced therapist, I am here to help you build a stronger foundation for your relationships with your loved ones.

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Trauma and PTSD

An unsettling or terrifying event in life can trigger trauma, very uncomfortable symptoms and even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Quick relief is available.

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Grief, Loss & Betrayal

All relationships end eventually. When the end comes quicker than expected or under traumatic circumstances, the process of grieving can be complicated. We even grieve before the real end comes, often creating confusing feelings.

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