About My Clients
The world seems like a scary place. Not worrying, enjoying the present moment or taking any decisions seems impossible. Perhaps you feel you have to drag yourself out of bed, have no desire on going to work or studying, you don't even want to talk to others, your mood feels like rollercoaster every day or at times is just numb. Eating helps you feel better at times, but then you feel guilty about going for food or you feel you just had too much, ending in ways to compensate for this.
My Background and Approach
My practice focuses on helping my clients create resilience by learning strategies and acquiring skills that can last for life. I bring empathy and absolutely no judgement to the session, so you can feel heard and understood. You will learn how thoughts impact your mood and behaviors, and how you relate to others and even yourself. Through therapy you can also learn to understand how your past experiences might be affecting you today and preventing you from living that meaningful and joyful life you are looking for. I have a Doctor's in Clinical Psychology, and I'm a Certified Trauma Treatment Professional. I also posses vast experience in treating depression and anxiety, and disordered eating.
My Personal Beliefs and Interests
I believe that therapy should address the person as a whole – their mind, body, and spirit. I believe that all steps count, even the small ones, and that a few small steps in the right direction end up being the biggest steps in the end. I believe that the biggest thing standing in your way is the fear that life will always be the way it is now. I believe that we can stop feeling shame and guilt when we share our story with someone who can hear it with empathy and understanding. I believe that we can love and accept ourselves, and embrace our qualities and virtues.