Which Therapy is Best For You?
I believe that true healing comes from healthy attachments to self and others, meaningful mind-body connections, and by gaining better control over your thoughts, emotions and physical being. I work collaboratively with clients to deal with past traumas, anxiety, grief, and relationship issues by incorporating yoga, talk therapy, and mindfulness techniques.
You are not alone. Individual therapy is focused on enhancing a deeper understanding of the self in order to begin healing. If you are experiencing grief, trauma, depression, anxiety, and/or would like to gain better control and insight of yourself, then therapy may be a good decision. I can safely help you look at your past sufferings and recognize how they may still be affecting your current relationships. Using emotion-focused, mindfulness, and systemic approaches, I am confident that I can help you on your journey towards self-discovery, healing, and control.
Are you tired of arguing or feeling mis-understood by your partner? There is hope. Couples face a lot of dilemmas including affairs, intimacy issues, distrust, and communication difficulties. With an emotion-focused approach, I can help couples learn to communicate more affectively, become less blameful, and express feelings/desires more appropriately. I have experience working with divorce, high-conflict marriages, and pre-marital counseling. Change is possible in each of us, we just need some guidance along the way.
There are various issues that families encounter that can feel unmanageable at times. However, with effective and consistent structure and better communication styles, there is room for growth. I have spent a lot of my practice working with families in high-risk situations who face countless life stressors. I use a systemic model when working with families that assists in long lasting change. I can help with parenting skills, parent-child relationships, and high family conflict. If you are feeling overwhelmed, therapy could be right for you.