I work with people experiencing anxiety by identifying the source(s) and triggers of anxiety and working to identify positive coping skills and overcoming triggers by gaining more insight and understanding of your experience of anxiety.
There is no rule book for grief and loss. It can come in waves. It can look a lot different from person to person because we all grieve in our own unique way. I will walk with you through the trenches of grief through processing the loss you have experienced, and working with you toward a place of being able to move forward in a safe and effective way.
Life transitions can be expected or unexpected. We all experience life transitions from childhood into adulthood and even into the later years in life. Perhaps you are dealing with the end of a relationship, changing careers, newly wed, blending families, birth of a new family member, found adults leaving home, new empty nesters, etc. I can work with you through the challenges and stress that transitions can bring into your life at any given moment.
It is important for me to be culturally sensitive in my work as I have worked and will continue to work with people from different cultural backgrounds, values and traditions. Learning, respecting and implementing this into the therapeutic relationship is most important for clients to receive the highest benefit of services and feel seen, heard and understood. I am not an expert on all cultures but I am sensitive to cultural differences that will be welcomed and discussed as needed.
I work with couples through individual and interpersonal challenges that cause strain, stress, confusion, and uncertainty into relationships. Anything from communication skills, to working through infidelity, and coping with stressors in life. The balancing act and dance of couples therapy requires couples to commit to the therapeutic process and be open to the prospect of positive change in their relationship.