I recognize that each person, couple, and family are unique and I tailor my treatment approach to their specific needs. I utilize experiential therapy as a tool to not only discuss changes but actually begin to practice those new behaviors. I provide a safe and judgment free environment that allows for honesty and true support.
Learn to take back the power in your life and seek more enriching connections with those around you. Whether you are in crisis or simply ready for a change, individual therapy assists you in releasing the pain that keeps you stuck and rebuilding the confidence to live a full life.
Couples and Family Counseling:
Relationships are hard work. Sometimes we get stuck in the same old interactions even when they are detrimental to our health and our relationships. Couples and family counseling allows you to step outside of the day to day struggles and begin addressing and forgiving past hurts as well as incorporating more connected and loving ways of being in relationship with others.
Groups and Intensives:
Sometimes we need more than an hour a week talking about our struggles. Groups and intensives allow you the opportunity to connect with others who are experiencing similar pain. Connection has healing properties. Groups and intensives also allow more time to shut out the hustle of the world and focus on what you want to improve in your life.
Workshops and Trainings:
Workshops and trainings allow us to learn new skills that improve our lives emotionally, spiritually or professionally. We should constantly be learning in order to grow. I offer fun and interactive workshops on several different subjects. Some workshops and trainings are geared specifically to individuals in the mental health field and some are open to everyone.
As a LCSW, I believe that it is my duty to give back and teach others as they grow in their own clinical practice. My approach is experiential and reflective. I try to provide tools, support and guidance that reflect the needs of each individual supervisee.
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."
- Benjamin Franklin