My Approach to Helping
Are you seeking healing from your past? Do you want to save your family? Do you want others to understand where you are coming from as a young adult? Has life dealt you unexpected and unwanted pressures? Do you need payment options? Are you out of solutions? I can help you heal from your past. I can help you to find a new outlook on life. I can explore solutions with you. Sometimes we know where we want to go, yet we need a road map to get there. I feel it is a privilege to be a therapist. I love my work. I offer a safe and nonjudgmental atmosphere for my clients to talk through their concerns.
I take a creative and collaborative approach in my client’s therapy and offer proven techniques that foster change and stability. The different psychotherapy approaches used when addressing my client’s needs are psychoanalysis and psychodynamic, behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, and solution-focused brief therapy.
I believe that the counseling process is a collaborative effort between the client and counselor, which cannot be successful without your hard work, energy, and courage. This means that together we will examine various approaches and techniques and evaluate their effectiveness in helping you achieve your goals.
More Info About My Practice
At With-In U Solutions, we are passionate about equipping each client with the needed tools to identify a solution that focuses on the present and future circumstances, identified goals to help guide treatment.
What I Say to People Concerned about the Therapy Process
Each session is a problem-solving session. You should be open and honest about your feelings. You will be asked to provide details of your current situation and how you feel. The therapist will then use their expertise to help you resolve the problem you are faced with to help you resume a happy and productive life.
In the initial evaluation or first session, the therapist will provide a background of the practice and guidelines; the client will complete and sign the paperwork, the therapist will ask a series of questions about your personal history, current situation and symptoms.
At the beginning of each session following, the therapist will invite you to share what?s been going on in your life. Some typical questions are what?s weighing on your mind, is there anything bothering you today and how has it been going since our last visit, what progress has been made with your goals or homework.
The therapist will listen and make notes as the client speaks if the client is okay with that. What the client shares with the therapist will be kept in the strictest confidentiality without judgment. The caveat to that is if the client shares information that is related to being a threat to harm themself or others, the therapist is mandated to report that information to authorities.
The therapist will use their expertise, guided by evidence-based practice to provide you a structured plan for treatment.