Patrice A. Forte, Ph.D.
Do you feel overwhelmed by intense emotions? Have you been told that you're too sensitive, or that you should have "gotten over" a loss? Does anxiety or low self-esteem get in the way of working with colleagues, enjoying your partner, or meeting someone new? Maybe you procrastinate and make excuses, or relentlessly criticize yourself. I can help. For more than 25 years, I've been providing psychotherapy to individuals with concerns like yours.
My therapeutic approach is compassionate, interactive, and non judgmental. Together, we can tackle issues that spring from career changes, divorce, or any crisis that has prompted you to consider therapy. We can also address longer-term issues that stand in the way of being the person you'd like to be.
Patrice A. Forte, Ph.D., a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, has been treating individuals for over twenty-five years. Informed by psychodynamic and attachment theories, Dr. Forte specializes in issues that particularly affect women: self-esteem, the balance of self and relationship, and the impact of mid-life changes/health concerns. She works extensively with the conflicts experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning clients, including the fluidity of sexual preference/identity. Additional areas of expertise are: transitions, both personal and career, posttraumatic stress, co-dependence/ACA, depression and anxiety, loss and grief.
Please contact your insurance carrier to verify coverage benefits before scheduling your first appointment.