Learning how to un-teach becoming comfortable with the uncomfortable in Anxiety is a huge part of my work as a Therapist. I believe that we learn a lot of bad habits and beliefs about ourselves through our feelings and exploring and challenging ourselves to create a space for a healthier person to thrive is a large passion for me.
Understanding that we all experience life in a linear fashion and that being conscious of guiding ourselves with grace through the experiences that life presents us. I assist in helping guide ourselves through the stressors that life presents to us, both good and bad, and help find a sense of gratefulness whenever possible for it.
My background in Adlerian psychology focuses heavily on the concepts of navigating who are we from where we learned to be, starting in the family. I've had prior work with foster care families and enjoy doing my best learning how to teach compassion and compromising to families that I can, and healthy boundaries for the ones who can't.
Family systems connects its roots into Adlerian theory, which has been my primary focus in theory since starting as a Therapist. Continuing to practice and educate myself through family sessions in practice while also being affiliated with North American Society of Adlerian Psychology,
My personal way to reflect on others is who they are through the lens of their life story. Tying themes of growth and conflict into the themes of healing and support are several reasons I subscribe to the concept of practicing Narrative Therapy in session.