My Approach to Helping
I believe that the connection between therapist and client is so very important. When you feel connected, you are then able to open up and share in a way where I can hear your truth and help you get, be and achieve what you want for your life. Helping my clients work through blocks, bad habits and ways of thinking that are not serving them tend to be my specialty. I'm a good fit for the creative thinker who appreciates an "outside of the box" approach to life and is open to a spiritual and intuitive approach.
I strive and enjoy to create a warm and non-clinical environment that allows you to simply stop and have the space to be heard. I think therapy and getting to another level within yourself could be a fun and enjoyable experience. My hope for you is that it is.
Feel free to contact me for a free 15-20 minute phone consultation in order for you to be able to ask any questions and get a feel for my approach. I look forward to connecting.
More Info About My Practice
Although I do not accept insurance, I provide my clients with monthly invoices, which they turn into their insurance company to get reimbursed directly. Feel free to reach out and contact me for any guidance with this.
I offer flexible times for sessions, both mornings, days and evenings. For non local residents, I offer phone, FaceTime or Skype sessions.
There's "blog" section of my website that I keep current with writings that offer helpful tips and positive perspectives of thinking. This section of my site can hopefully give you a good "feel" for me and my style of counseling.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Simply put, therapy, counseling or coaching are all approaches that can help you to be honest with yourself. When you are operating from your truth, you will live a life that is more authentic to who you are. Once you find a therapist that you connect with and feel comfortable with, that space and connection allows you to open up in ways that can help you identify and see habits, blocks or ways of being that are not working for you. Once you have this awareness, then change can come. A therapist is a person who can hold you accountable to that change and help you through the process. Support combined with feedback on what's not and what is working for you can guide you toward change. A therapist can help you develop a new and more productive way of living your life and navigating situations and relationships. My hope is to do that for you.
My Role as a Therapist
My role as your therapist is to hear you without the "noise" and "opinions" that often come with relationships outside the therapy room. Having someone who is listening to you with an open and neutral ear can help you hear yourself. It's common to think that a therapist is a person that tells you what to do or gives you "advice." I do not see this as therapy. On the contrary, I believe that a therapist is a person who helps you hear your own voice. When you are operating and living your life by making choices based on your truth, not others, that's where the good stuff evolves and comes from. In other words when your truly listening to yourself, that's when the results in your life will match what you want and desire. Sometimes it does take someone outside ourself to help us hear our own voice.