Life’s transitions may cause depression, anxiety, stress, conflicts with loved ones or colleagues, and/or anger. To find
relief, people may turn to repetitive routines, unproductive coping strategies, limited belief systems, preoccupations,
My therapy style, although eclectic, focuses on Mindfulness and Cognitive/Behavior Therapy (CBT) approaches.
CBT is a form of therapy that involves a range of techniques aimed at altering patterns of thoughts, behaviors, and
in turn, emotions. It is a collaborative approach between the client and therapist that utilizes evidence based techniques
that can be successfully applied to a wide range of psychological problems from anxiety disorders, depression, through
to eating disorders and substance abuse/dependence.
Ideally, the therapist and client operate as a team in tackling the client's problems utilizing practical techniques that
empower clients with strong powerful tools and concrete ways to heal.
I believe counseling is a product of good therapeutic connection along with practical, measurable evidence based
tools that offer concrete ways to not only provide relief and heal but to build new possibilities.