I'm eclectic, using a variety of evidence based approaches.
After graduation with my MSN in child/adol. psych nursing at UPenn in 1983, I knew it would only be a matter of time until I would establish my solo therapy practice. It took a little longer than expected, as I became a new mom a few months later! Right away, I gained a new (and personal) understanding of women's mental health issues. I knew that it was not easy to balance the roles and responsibilities that came with being a mom, a partner, a daughter, and a professional. The pressure was intense! Thank goodness, I was always able to keep my eyes on the "light at the end of the tunnel!"
I knew that what I desired, as an experienced psych nurse, was to help other women. I also wanted to work with my fellow stressed and burned-out colleagues. I empathized with their struggles. I could care for them the best way I knew how, from a holistic perspective, by talking, caring, and sharing - without offering pills as a "quick fix."