My Approach to Helping
My Approach to Helping clients is a client-centered approach that is directional and intentional in nature. Have you ever felt like the stressors of life, work, your relationships and or home life are overwhelming, have left you feeling anxious, depressed and you are irritable during the day and losing sleep at night? Please allow me to use proven therapeutic methods to help you cope with life's daily challenges while focusing on YOU. The therapeutic process is collaborative we will work together to help you feel more relaxed and self-confident. I excel at helping family's and individuals enhance communication skills to encourage more meaningful and trusting relationships.
What I Usually Need to Know to Help
I usually need to know a person's background, mental and physical history and presenting problem or issues in order to begin the psychotherapy process. Of course, the more complete the psychological history the better. However, I have found that a lot of the information needed that is not provided in the initial assessment is shared as part of the therapeutic process
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Seeking therapy generally says many things about a person that they are insightful and strong are two attributes of those who seek therapy. It takes a strong person to seek therapy despite some of the stigmas associated with therapy and that they have an excellent grasp of who they are and in what areas they need help and support.