Michael believes the practice of psychotherapy is meant, above all else, to be a collaborative process, where the relationship between patient and therapist takes centre stage, and is the most important factor in determining positive clinical outcomes. His primary goal is to remove obstacles to overall growth and development and instill hope.
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Michael is a very intuitive, empathic, and kind-hearted psychotherapist who is quick to smile and appreciates all the complexities that life has to offer. He endeavours to help individuals and couples regain the balance in their lives.
In practice since 2009, Michael has experience treating a wide array of mental and behavioral disorders, and is especially well versed in treating depression, anxiety and interpersonal relationship issues.
Michael also has a background in personality research and did graduate work at the School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology in Central London, UK. In London, Michael worked with adolescents and young adults, researching whether it is possibly to teach empathy psychotherapeutically to individuals with non-acute psychiatric illnesses.