My Approach to Helping
My approach focuses on helping individuals have hope and belief in the knowledge that they can live a life of fulfillment and contentment. Often people feel broken, overwhelmed and hopeless when faced with life challenges, whatever they may be. It feels like no one understands and nothing can be done, but with help and we all need help from time to time; life can feel worth living. A number of theories are used according to the unique needs you may have.
I became a therapist because I love to connect with others on a deeper level. Every since I was about 5 years old, I knew I wanted to be a Social Worker. When we would play house, I would be the social worker. My passion has remained, I enjoy what I do and see it as my part in helping to make this world a better place. My motto is "Bring Quality Back to Care". To treat people as people and not a number. No waiting hours, no feel of being in an institution, no disrespectful staff; just me brimming with a smile filled with enthusiasm and eager to help you reach your goal.
More Info About My Practice
Telepractice video sessions are provided on a HIPPA Compliant site. The goal is to increase the ability for anyone to participate in treatment and reduce the barriers, such as limited traveling time, mobility concerns, weather related issues or unforeseen changes in schedule. Often clients use a combination of face to face and video sessions.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
I'm skilled at helping people who have experience traumalost. Lost that resulted in a traumatic impact on the person. A life changing experience that felt or could have been fatal; lost due to health issues, lost due to a sexual violation, lost due to adverse childhood experiences, lost due to death of a relationship or loved one; lost that damages the spirit. This is why I work from a trauma-informed, spiritually-infused perspective in a setting that is safe and nurturing.
I'm also skilled at assisting individuals with a myriad of concerns including anxiety, mood, anger, depression, substance use and gambling addiction.
How Psychotherapy Can Help
Psychotherapy can help individuals with:
1) severe emotional or behavioral distress obtain stability in functioning.
2) ongoing concerns live at an optimum level of functioning.
3) maintaining the positive change or goal accomplishments.
My Role as a Therapist
My role as a therapist is to provide clinical support and assistance in a professional, courteous, nonjudgmental, empathetic manner in order to create a therapeutic relationship that increases a person's ability to achieve their goals and highest level of being.