My Approach to Helping
Good therapy is when you get to a place where you are able to allow yourself to just be. There is space for you to be open and connect with yourself in a way you may never have before. Being able to collaborate with your therapist and establish what you want to achieve during your time together is so beneficial. I work primarily from a combination of cognitivedialectical behavioral techniques and a client-centered approach. I believe it is helpful to focus on thoughts and behaviors you find positive and beneficial in your life, and challenge and reframe the ones that aren’t serving you. I encourage my clients to explore their emotions and how they are connected to their body and how all of this contributes to how they respond to life.