Offering Yoga Infused Psychotherapy! I enjoy working with individuals who are seeking therapy to mindfully navigate life’s emotions.
Therapist in Alpharetta, GA
Mindfulness-based Therapy is defined as "Mindfulness therapy, also called mindfulness-based therapy, is a type of psychotherapy that uses the practice of mindfulness to promote good mental and physical health". We'll incorporate mind/body awareness by using tools to tune into the present moment through mindful awareness in order and move through emotions as they are being felt.
Simply put, hypnosis is a heightened state of relaxation and awareness that allows us to bypass the "critical self"-- that inner-voice that provides skewed messages about ourselves and others, stemming from a collection of our lived experiences. My training is in clinical hypnotherapy - you will not be asked to cluck like a chicken!
In Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), you’ll learn how to practice mindfulness in exercises designed to foster a greater awareness of your thoughts and emotions. During these mindfulness exercises, you learn to stay with what is happening in the present moment so that you don’t let your life run on auto-pilot.
Your struggles and challenges hold a great opportunity for growth and change. And that's why I'm here; to help you identify and break these worn out patterns that are no longer working. You don't have to do this alone any longer!
Therapy can help to uncover the underlying causes of your worries and fears, learn how to relax, look at situations in a new, less frightening way, and develop better coping mechanisms and problem-solving skills. I enjoy using multiple tools to assist in this process! Hypnotherapy, mindfulness, yogic breathwork and more traditional tools such as ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy) or CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).
There are many types off loss, including the grief associated with the loss of a beloved pet. I have worked in the field of Hospice, Oncology and Women’s Health with both Veterans and civilians. It is from all of these experiences that I’ve developed a practice devoted to the understanding of anxiety, grief, loss and anger with a focus on how to Mindfully manage these challenging emotions.