My Approach to Helping
Learn to listen to your mind and heal your heart. Psychotherapy is a discovery of self that explores your feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and desires. Together you will learn how to heal your mind and understand how it protects itself from the discomforts of early and current life experiences. Often our unhappiness is linked to being emotionally distressed early in life. The sooner we release your inner turmoil, the sooner you can experience a more loving and richer life. Your personal happiness depends on being mindfully aware of your needs and how to fulfill them. We will work towards making peace with your past and bring contentment and joy in the present. I am here to support your process. It is time to start the inner journey towards personal growth and healing so that you can embrace life with dignity, compassion, and love.
May you find what you seek and may you be happy, healthy, and wise.
More Info About My Practice
Psychotherapy provides a safe place to explore your inner world and to heal your wounds; while getting to know yourself and how you act and react to all around you. Embrace this time to explore ways to fulfill your needs, interact with people, gain confidence in your personal abilities, and leave the past behind. Happiness is in your hands. You can do this! Have faith in your ability to heal and find your joy in life. Therapy is a mindful, soulful, and emotional experience that awakens you on many levels. Whatever your concerns about yourself, your relationships, your choices in life, we will work through them to guide your journey to personal happiness, contentment, and peace of mind. There are multiple therapies we can utilize: psychodynamic, dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapies, positive psychology, mindfulness therapy, and nutritional guidance to support enriching your world and finding gratitude for the wonderful person that you are.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Psychotherapy provides a place to be safe to sit with yourself and come to know who you are, explore your hurts and set them free; while learning to embrace life with connection and purpose. In a time when we have an overload of information from many different medias, the one person we need to rely on is ourselves. The better we know who we are, what causes us to what we do, how we think, what our emotions are telling us, and how to be more aware and connected to ourselves and others act towards the more enriching our lives will be.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
While we often go to therapy when some personal experience has overwhelmed our ability to know what to do, the real work in therapy is to forge a relationship with yourself and come to know who you are, how you think and feel, how you understand your feelings, how to make better choices, have healthier relationships, and how to be more in touch with every moment of your day. The more comfortable you are with yourself, the better you can handle what life brings you. Our self preservation depends upon our being mindfully aware of our needs, how to fulfill them, and how to feel peace within ourselves and share that light in you with others.