My Approach to Helping
I am a mental health professional and advocate focused on empowering diverse individuals to accomplish mental health and wellness goals. I am not here to judge you, but rather listen to your story and be your cheerleader. Counseling is a dynamic therapeutic relationship in which we both learn, grow and change. I work best with feedback and collaboration, as you are the expert of your life and I am a guide. Based on your goals, I prescribe homework as a way to keep you engaged and accountable between sessions. This supports the changes you are trying to achieve in your mental wellness journey.
More Info About My Practice
Please take advantage of a complimentary 30 min. phone consultation today to learn more about me, schedule availability, inquire about pricing and answer any questions you might have.
To learn more about me and my practice, check out my website at www.coloradomindfulwellness.com or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination." -Carl Rogers
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Sometimes we get stuck or we may feel like we can't get out of our own way. We may feel like it's hard to say 'no" or that we put others' needs before our own. Talking to a mental health professional is a great first step in understanding more about yourself, your needs and the changes that you want to make in your life.
My Role as a Therapist
I see counseling as a privilege to hear an individual?s unique story. It is an intimate moment of sharing where both the client and myself will be changed. I approach counseling with a humble heart. I see myself as someone who has benefited from counseling and am a strong believer of the powerful effects it has in changing lives. I see myself as someone who is imperfect but having the capability within to heal. Meditation has allowed me to see my beauty and accept my imperfections to just be. I know that I must continue this practice of meditation as much as possible because it is something that I believe is powerful in positively shaping the therapeutic alliance with others.