My Approach to Helping
Throughout life, inner conflict can increase anxiety, stress, or feel unmanageable. For many of us, this can affect our self-worth amidst various transitions. In therapy, we will collaborate to identify your strengths alongside your struggles - to help build on self-compassion within your healing process. Whether it's the loss of a loved one, a new relationship status, or history with trauma, you can cultivate tools that help reduce feelings of guilt or shame, and better prepare you for achieving personal goals.
With my training as a Family Systems Therapist, I have found the best opportunities for growth happen because of a safe, supportive environment. A collaborative relationship can provide you with space necessary to build skills to live your life to its full potential. And I believe that the path toward authenticity is different for everyone.
I like to explore the various ways we talk to ourselves, the stories we share, and build on self-compassion. Often, I utilize Narrative and Mind-Body techniques that help clients develop self-awareness, personal goals, and engagement in meaningful relationships.