My Approach to Helping
Trained at Stanford's Department of Psychiatry in a profound and yet practical and research supported cognitive-behavioral approach, Dr. Kanther's style of psychotherapy is ideal for both acute and ongoing issues. Using a collaborative and transparent approach to therapy, she works to make the therapeutic process honest, enlightening, and effective. Dr. Kanther's significant experience with treating depression using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) has allowed her to witness great progress in adult and older adult men and women. In addition, her expertise in CBT and Health Psychology, gives her the opportunity improve the quality of life of those coping with chronic medical issues where social, emotional, and behavioral aspects play a large role.
More Info About My Practice
If this is your first time reaching out for professional support, don't hesitate to call with questions you have about the process or about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Dr. Kanther's hospital and clinic experience has often been with individuals who may not have considered therapy before, but are simply dealing with challenging circumstances. In this day and age, having a therapist is considered a part of healthy ongoing self-care.