I provide client-centered, solutions-focused treatment while using mindfulness training, DBT, and motivational interviewing. I use evidence-based measures to treat addiction, emotional eating, victims of trauma. I earned a certificate in International Social Work and therefore, work within a culturally-competent framework. The content of my sessions often center around the mind-body connection, nutrition, self-care and even spirituality.
In order to effectively treat your symptoms it is essential to first diagnose what is going on correctly. This is a delicate process that, when done correctly, can set you on the right path to greater health and mental stability. Assessing and identifying the problem is the first step.
Conflicts that arise in relationship are the very things that initiate our personal growth, if we allow it. Whether you are trying to rebuild a broken relationship or separate in a healthy way, conjoint therapy can help everyone involved feel heard and understood while moving towards being their best selves.
Therapists who require additional insight and understanding to navigate challenging clinical sitautions from an experienced colleague can reach out on a case-by-case basis.
One-on-one therapy is often the most powerful agent of therapeutic change. This relationship will be what helps you process emotional pain, solve current problems and hold you accountable for positive changes for your future.
Addiction is an isolating experience. Coming together in a a group reminds you that you are not alone. The stories shared by others can instruct and inspire. Having other people who care witness your commitment to change is another powerful element of the group experience.