In a world that seems to demand more and more of us pausing for a moment to catch up with ourselves can seem like an impossible luxury. Yet it is just this sort of reflecting that can lead to a more meaningful experience in our relationships, careers, and hopes for the future.
Sometimes we may feel upset, sad, frustrated, or a sense of disconnectedness that we don’t understand. This could come from losing something, or someone we cared about; or, from not knowing how to say what we feel in a way that others understand. Emotional pain can also come from internal sources, in ways we might not anticipate, catching us off-guard.
It may be surprising to discover just how resilient we actually are. Together, let’s uncover hidden sources of strength and joy you may have forgotten, discover and explore new interests, talents, and values; and discard old emotional and behavioral patterns that are no longer serving you.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Depth and Archetypal
Jungian Depth Dream Analysis
Sexual Identity and Orientation Issues
Grief and Loss
Spirituality and Soul Work
Trauma and PTSD
Impact of fitness/yoga practice on Mental Health
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
In Practice since 2004
School: Pacifica Graduate Institute
Year Graduated: 2006
California License: LMFT #50773
Certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Completed first module of ADDCA ADHD Coaching Certification program
Clinical Supervisor's Certification
While Mr. Bruce does take most insurances, unfortnately there is a wait list for all insurance slots at this time.