My Approach to Helping
My hope is to welcome you and make you feel at ease in a non-judgmental way. To create a safe place where you can share and feel understood. My passion is to help others. Together we can work on a treatment plan that works best for you. We can explore and navigate healthier coping skills through those tough times. Then develop goals that are realistic and reachable for you.
My background training and experience has prepared me to be sensitive and supportive with issues dealing with past trauma, abuse, suicide, and relationship stressors. Fo the past 20 years I have worked in group homes, mental health agencies and a medical setting. I believe a holistic approach, paying attention to all aspects of your mind, body and spirit is essential in maximizing your overall health and function. I am open in collaborating with your other healthcare professionals for a coordination of care.
More Info About My Practice
I am in the process and working on getting paneled on insurance plans. I am willing to work as an out of network provider to provide information needed for your plan.
You can also go to my website: centerpoint4counseling.com for more information on my practice.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Psychotherapy is beneficial in many ways. Research has shown that psychotherapy can target certain circuits of our brain for changes. For decades, it has become clear that mental processes derive from mechanisms of the brain. This means that any change in our psychological processes such as the way we think is reflected by changes in the structures of our brain.
Chronic stress has played a significant factor in a variety of health problems. To name a few, this can include autoimmune diseases, sleep disturbance, high blood pressure and gastro concerns. Stress has been a factor with illnesses and can impact your recovery. With psychotherapy you can build the tools needed to manage the cause of your stress and improve your function in life.