I'm a Qualified Mental Health Professional and a Licensed Social Worker who takes pride in any and everything I do.
Social Worker in , NV
CBT is one of my favorite types of therapy because everyone can do it. CBT helps one to work on the basis that the way we think and interpret life’s events affects how we behave and, ultimately, how we feel; It can be life-changing. CBT helps to understand the acceptance that we can't change the world but we change how the world affects us.
I've worked with trauma directly from a hospital social worker to a therapist specializing in sexual abuse with children. My scope and expertise have allowed me the opportunity to have such a diverse background when working with many defined specialties. I have had training for school shootings, children with disabilities, and trauma from abuse to name a few.
We all need to be motivated. I will help motivate you from the smallest thing that you may be facing to a learn term goal that may seem unachievable. I am here to help be an inspiration to you in your life. Look in the mirror, say positive affirmations. write a to-do list. Set obtainable goals for yourself. You can do it because I believe in you.
I have worked with children and adults who have lost a loved one and that may be grieving. I witnessed this firsthand and I know how therapy helped me so I want to be of help to others. Grief can happen immediately or one may not experience grief until many years later. However, I'm able to help with unresolved grief, grief, and losses that one may have experienced throughout one life.
I worked with individuals from the age of 3 to 100. Everyone has dealt with anxiety in some shape or form. It's okay to seek help. It's more normal than not to be dealing with anxiety. Anxiety stems from many different things and ways. I can be of help to you to help reduce the anxiousness and bouts of anxiety.
I specialize in Military families. I have the greatest respect for those who have served our country, being I'm a veteran myself. I also have respect for those who have been diagnosed with PTSD and are trying to maintain their well-being themselves.