My Approach to Helping
I emphasize the importance of building a therapeutic relationship and ensuring that my clients feel understood, because it helps to work on what someone needs when I am working from their perspective. I like to practice conditional acceptance, and want my clients to learn how to be less judgmental of the circumstances and choices that have led them to where they are. My main goal is to create sustainable change, not short-term solutions.
More Info About My Practice
Our office offers free 15-minute video consultations prior to committing to an appointment to ensure the best fit for your needs! Many clinicians in our office have flexible rates to work with the needs of our clients. Contact us today! Email MIA@thrivingcenterofpsych.com or call (305) 871-4420.
Thriving Center of Psychology is a group practice with psychologists and mental health experts in Miami, New York City, and Los Angeles. Here at Thriving Center, our goal is to unlock your true potential and guide you to lead the life you've always wanted. Our team understands how valuable it is to find and refocus on what is truly important in your life. All of our therapists are experts in the field, We specialize in evidence-based treatments, those whose effectiveness has been proven by the most current scientific research. Our treatment approach is based on the concept that your mental health is equally as important as your physical health, and that attending to your mental health is essential for living a truly fulfilled life.
My View on the Purpose of Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy serves to help build insight into the ways we connect with ourselves and the world around us. People don't always see when they get in their own way; therapy helps to open their eyes to how they can feel more effective and confident in their choices and direction in life.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
My philosophy about therapy is that everyone should experience their story from the eyes of someone who doesn't have a relationship that shapes the way they hear it. The people who care about our well-being and want us to feel better only see us as they know us, and we deserve to feel heard as we know ourselves.