As a values based therapist, I believe creating a life worth living means prioritizing your values and living your life around them. I work with clients to identify what matters to them, support them in making committed action towards their goals, and teach clients to accept and process positive and negative emotions in a healthy way.
Self-esteem and anxiety many times go hand in hand. Many of my clients who struggle with anxiety also look at themselves as "not worthy" or "not good enough" which translates to poor boundary setting and lack of motivation. I provide an opportunity for clients to take a look at their behaviors and core beliefs, and support the client's change throughout the treatment process. Many of my clients leave will a better understanding of themselves after treatment has completed.
I have been working with anxious clients since the beginning of my career. As a person with anxiety myself, I can relate to the mental and emotional turmoil anxiety can have on your life. I provide a cognitive behavioral approach to treatment, identifying irrational thoughts, and providing a safe space for clients to heal.
I supported women's issues since the beginning of my career. As a previous employee of an all women's organization, I understand the different challenges women have to navigate throughout the lifespan. I have experience providing counseling to pregnant mothers, postpartum depression, and life challenges. I support the feminist movement, and encourage my women client's to push through the glass ceiling, professionally and personally.
As a trained Dialectical Behavior Therapy practitioner, I have utilized mindfulness based approach to each client that enters my door. I have experience guiding mindfulness therapy groups, and providing mindfulness strategies to professionals.
I have been utilizing Dialectical Behavior Therapy in my practice for over 4 years. The integrations of psycho education and practice provide an ideal opportunity for complete healing for the client. DBT utilizes mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal relationship skills to provide a holistic approach to healing.
I have been utilizing dialectical behavior therapy in my practice for over 4 years. The integrations of psycho education and practice provide an ideal opportunity for complete healing for the client. DBT utilizes mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal relationship skills to provide a holistic approach to healing.
As a yoga practitioner of over 7 years, I utilize energy based interventions to provide an eclectic approach to therapy. Guided meditations, imagery, and breathing techniques will be utilized in session to provide an alternative coping strategy for clients who have "tried it all".
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