Emotional pain distorts our view of the world. The longer our pain lasts, the more unhappy we become. Unlike a well meaning friend or relative, a therapist can consider your concerns from a fresh, objective, perspective. But a therapist will not solve your problems for you; he will guide you by listening, questioning and observing—- so that you can find your own answers when extreme unhappiness, overwhelming anxiety or fear, feelings of inadequacy and low self esteem, sexual problems, and traumatic events interfere with your life or relationships with others.
With over 30 years of experience in psychotherapy, traumatology, clinical psychology and clinical social work, Dr. Micheal Kane brings an empathetic, understanding, and supportive approach to individual, couples, and family therapy that specializes in the unique challenges that face people of color, the LGBTQ+ community, and veterans.
Therapeutic conversations can assist you in finding new solutions, gaining support from within the self, and charting a new course within the journey known as life. When we do so, we can rely on our own power in working with difficulties and re-experiencing hope and joy. Let us help you on your journey.

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