My Approach to Helping
I provide both online and in-person counseling for individuals and couples facing with various relationship issues, mental health challenges from depression, anxiety, ADHD, anger to various struggles resulted from trauma experiences like domestic violence, childhood traumatic experiences from physical, emotional to sexually abuse that has impacted their current life significantly.
I am working through attachment lens in all my works that is being guided by the wonderful model Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). I love this model it helps me to look at all the human struggles relationally. As a social beings, we develop the fear in us as the result of our longing that was not met in life. My job is to help you to gain more clarity and to become more aware of your intrapsychic and interpersonal world, and eventually to develop more capacity or resources either within you or between your relationship.
In my career, the most rewarding part is to hear clients tell me that they have regained their balance and able to navigate around the life challenges that used to block them to move forward. These feedbacks mean a lot to me and that has motivated me further to enhance my knowledge and skills. In these recent years, I have acquired many additional trainings and learning opportunities specifically in the area of trauma with the international trauma trainers and also the wonderful Emotionally Focused Therapy's trainers. With the supports and guidance received from them, I have gained lot of confidence in my works and thank you to all my clients who gave me that golden opportunity to walk alongside them. I always say I grow together with my clients as each experiences that they presented are unique to me.
I truly understand that the first step to reach out is always the toughest. It requires some courage and strengths to step out of your “comfort zone” and to allow yourself to share vulnerabilities with me who is a total stranger to you at its onset. It is normal to become anxious and even balk at the idea of engaging in the process. I wish to be part of this therapy journey and go through the collaboration process with you.