My Approach to Helping
I strongly believe that people know how to change for the better, they just need a guide to help them get there. In my practice, I serve as a guide for individuals who are in need of help. I have experience working with clients suffering from anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, depression, trauma, work related issues, and relationship based issues.
No matter the reason for the person coming to me seeking help, I attempt to create a welcoming environment where change can occur. Part of helping the person to change includes using techniques I learned in school and in my training. However, it also includes building trust between myself and the client which is often a necessary part of the counseling experience.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Individuals often come to counseling when their methods of coping with a problem are no longer working. Counseling not only offers the opportunity to learn methods of coping. It also offers the opportunity to potentially have relief and more life satisfaction. At times, it can be temporarily emotionally challenging, but through temporary pain there is often long-term growth.
Had a Negative Therapy Experience?
I often help clients who have a negative experience in counseling before. Every therapist is a person with their own personal beliefs, approaches to counseling, and professional training. Fortunately, I am different than your previous therapist because just like every therapist, I am unique. With all this in mind, I invite you to take the chance again and I hope this time I can provide you the help you deserve.