Our time together will be about self-acceptance, self-love, discovery, and growth. Whether in office, outside, or face to face virtually, you can expect our therapeutic space to be one of safety and non-judgement. It is a sacred space for you to share, feel heard, seen, and respected.
Through my own self work, education, and life experiences, I have learned that we are all on our very own unique journey towards tending to parts of us that have been mistreated or left behind by hurtful past experiences. As a human and a provider, I have a strong passion for healing. I believe in the power of restorative relationships, that everyone has the ability to rewrite unhelpful narratives, and the strength to transform their life.
Let’s discuss what you’re wanting from therapy and how we can collaborate to create that. While therapy is an incredibly challenging process, I believe that it is the bravest expedition one can make for them self. Welcome to your journey. Come discover new parts of yourself and new ways of perceiving the world. Take the step into bravery. Into you.
Short Term (Solution-focused, etc.)
Ideal for those who are coming in with a specific problem they’d like to address and gain clarity on. Typically, short term therapies are present focused and do not dive deep into your past.
Structured therapies are goal and progress oriented. Therapists may incorporate psychoeducation and a specific “curriculum.” In order to stay on track, therapists may provide worksheets and homework.
Insight-oriented (Psychodynamic, Existential, etc.)
Exploring the past and making connections to present issues can help clients gain insight. Getting to the root of the issue and finding deeper self-awareness can help with long-term change.
Non-directive (Humanistic, Person-centered, etc.)
Going with the flow and seeing where it leads.
Behavioral (CBT, DBT, etc.)
Focuses on changing potentially unhealthy or self-destructive behaviors by addressing problematic thought patterns and specific providing coping skills.
Trauma Focused (EMDR, TF-CBT, etc.)
Recognizing the connection between trauma experiences and your emotional and behavioral responses, trauma focused therapy seeks to help you heal from traumas.