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Perhaps the most well known therapy approach, this type of therapy is evidence based. As therapists, we often rely heavily on this technique as we can truly utilize this to see how our thoughts affect our behaviors. In this method, I can help you work through some thought patterns you may be having and how they might be negatively affecting your day to day life.
Person-Centered therapy is made for everyone. Each client can dictate what we process through and talk about in session. You know yourself better than anyone else and that makes you an expert. In this therapy approach, we focus on what you need that day regardless of what that might be.
Solution focused brief therapy is a method in which we aim to find solutions for specific symptoms or concerns you might be experiencing. Rather than “traditional” talk therapy, we can search for ways to cope with current life problems and stressor or find ways to manage these symptoms. This type of therapy is considered to be brief as it is focused on dealing with a symptom rather than an underlying problem or concern.
Anxiety can be absolutely overwhelming. When we feel anxious, it can seem like it takes over everything about us and make us stop functioning the way we want to. Negative, cyclical thinking can be a big problem with anxiety. I specialize in helping my clients identify triggers and specific anxious thoughts so that we can utilize the right techniques to stop anxiety in its tracks.
Going through a depressive time period can feel never ending. The low mood, bouts of tearfulness, lack motivation or pleasure can seem like they never go away. As someone that has been in your shoes, I completely can remember going through those same thought processes. You’re not alone. Together, we can work on moving forward and processing through these tough emotional times. As cheesy as it can sound, therapy is a journey. I can help you feel ready and unstuck!
Trauma can be devastating. As a society, we often find ourselves comparing our traumas and invalidating the things we have been through. Trauma is not comparable and the symptoms you can feel from going through these experiences do not discriminate. Talking about these experiences is hard. You are being very brave and making a huge step by seeking out help in dealing with these concerns!