My Approach to Helping
The most important aspect of good therapy is the relationship you have with your therapist. I aim to build a healthy, positive therapeutic relationship with people by being authentic and genuine in my concern and interest in helping them. This allows us to build a safe space together so that they can feel comfortable in openly sharing their hopes, fears, worries, etc. From there we are able to identify their goals for therapy and personal growth.
I use an existential analytic approach, which means helping you find meaning and fulfillment in life. I also work to help you identify the beliefs you hold about yourself, where they come from, and how they affect you today. With the use of mindfulness, grounding techniques, and additional coping skills, I believe you will gain the tools to better manage the ups and downs of life.