My Approach to Helping
Welcome! I offer experience from various settings including hospital, community mental health, dual diagnosis treatment centers, private practice, level five school, pastoral counseling centers, in-home counseling, an inpatient adolescent sexual offenders unit and forensic work in area prisons. Through hypnosis, I am happy to offer an alternative to traditional treatment.
If you come new to counseling, you may feel uncomfortable with your step toward hope. I will work with you providing well-tested techniques to promote your wellbeing. Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Metaphor work promote transformative healing in a safe stable setting. Together, we will develop goals and a treatment plan using your strengths and values and address emotions and behaviors to help you find a balance that includes acceptance and resiliency. I am currently accepting individuals both adults and older adolescents who have parental permission.
More Info About My Practice
I employ Erichsonian Hypnosis, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Core Transformation, and Metaphors of Movement allowing for multiple resources to help you find the positive change you seek.
In addition to working with hypnosis clients, I offer workshops and trainings including: hypnosis for the treatment of trauma, hypnosis as a worthy component to pornography addiction, agorophobia, weight loss, and moving through your creative block.
My Therapy Focus
Helping others grow aware of their life outlook, they hold new opportunities for bringing change to their lives. Hypnosis opens us to go inward and use the resources we already have and lets positive change happen.
Life circumstances fall short of our hopes. Some let failed hopes or unfair life events define themselves. Helping a person change their response to life events based on a new awareness allows them to use their resources within.
Growing more aware that our thoughts may not be facts, we can reach for and identify more nurturing truths. We can learn to catch ourselves before untrue beliefs drive our thoughts and moods downward.
A person learns new ways to think and act about life events. Facing difficult life circumstances, a person may still bend but now hold the strength to not break.