My Approach to Helping
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Most people that come to see me are struggling with perfectionism and have a tendency to put themselves last and please others first. They feel exhausted and they would like to find a better way of living and being. My specialty is helping these individuals find a balance between their true self and being a human that is able to make mistakes.
If you find yourself struggling with the same issues and would like to stop the energy drain then give me a call.
I work best with individuals who are no longer willing to settle for living on an empty tank and are ready to find a better way.
More Info About My Practice
I work at two separate office locations. Tuesday's and Wednesday's I am at Northwinds Counseling in Rogers, MN. On Monday's I am at Parasol Wellness Collaborative in Otsego, MN.
MN Board Approved LPC LPCC Supervisor.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
Perfectionism - I am not only a recovering perfectionist myself, but I have also done extensive research on the subject. I can identify with why perfectionists do what we do as well as empathize with the burden of perfectionism. I can help you identify your perfectionist tendencies, understand why you do them, find alternative behaviors, and ultimately reduce the stress you feel from the consequences of perfectionism.
Trauma - I am a Master ART Practitioner for Accelerated Resolution Therapy. Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) works directly to reprogram the way in which distressing memories and images are stored in the brain so that they no longer trigger strong physical and emotional reactions. ART is proven effective in treating anxiety, trauma, depression, phobias, grief, and addiction.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
I get to live my purpose each day and make a difference. I also enjoy helping others find their purpose.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
Did you know that often times the simple act of making that first appointment has been found to make you feel better?