My focus remains open, working together to create a more comfortable and healthier life for you. One example: Externalizing problems.
Clinical Social Worker in Minneapolis, MN
Supervised by Lisa Nielsen-Karatz, licsw
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT, aka Tapping) is a remarkable treatment engaging the therapist and client by working together on minimizing or eliminating emotional trauma or physical pain being held by past emotional experiences, hence Somatic Therapy. I am currently undergoing training through the internationally well renown program called EFTinternational. Tapping can be done on your own, which I personally find helpful.
I enjoy working with pre-teens and youth of all ages on topics ranging from anxiety, depression, trauma, medical illnesses, family dynamics, parent-teen conflict, body image processing, grief and loss. I have a bachelors degree in youth Studies from the University of Mn, this included much experiential and drama training. Also, my Parent Coaching certificate provides insight for families struggling with connection. Have you tried Tapping, it's a powerful tool to release stress.
Pre-teens and youth of all ages on topics ranging from anxiety, depression, trauma, family dynamics, body image processing, and relationship . My bachelors degree in youth Studies from the Univ of Mn included much experiential and drama training. With a Parent Coach certificate tools can help struggling families with connection. Have you tried Tapping, it's a powerful tool to release stress. SEY training.
I received my Parent Coach certification in 2019, benefiting countless families in building a stronger family connection. You may be struggling with parenting skills, reunification after separation from your child, custody or parenting disagreements or feeling tired and needing a plan to build back your parenting confidence. Are you caring some trauma from from separation between countries, immigrant or inter-generational miscommunications? Please connect for more information.
Anxiety can become overwhelming, which may include intrusive or bothersome thoughts. A single thought can grow or multiply and feel out of control, however there are ways to both acknowledge and lessen the intensity. We can work with the anxiety, feeling the feelings and the realization that you will survive (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). Also, CBT restructuring the thoughts, examining them or Narrative Therapy via externalizing problems.
Narrative Therapy helps by answering questions via story-telling, re-remembering, retelling, creating maps, or a life tree to explore our current and past storylines. Also, externalizing the problem (non pathological approach) by acknowledge the person is not the problem, the problem is the problem and we are not defined by it (depression, ADHD, anxiety, panic attacks, body image, etc).