We can all use a little help at one point or another, whether we’re trying to work through difficult issues, trying to gain some insight into our relationships, or figuring out new ways to come together as a family. The beautiful thing is, we hold our own answers and with a little bit of exploration we are all able to make it through to the other side.
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I practice using a holistic perspective, and focus on the connections between mind, body, spirit, relationships and environment. As a result, in our work together, we can address issues concerning your relationships, nutrition, work environment, life transitions, emotional regulation, development stages, addictive behaviors, and any other concerning patterns in your life. I am comfortable addressing issues of intimacy and sexuality, and can provide the support needed to overcome difficulties you’re facing in this area.
I work from a systemic intersectional approach, and often utilize skills from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Mindfulness and meditation have been vital parts to my own self-growth and wellbeing, and I often incorporate them into my work with clients, using them from a non-spiritual and non-religious perspective, or incorporating parts of your belief system into the activities. Recent research shows mindfulness and meditation to be of significant benefit when struggling with issues of anxiety, attention, depression, addictions, relationships and school performance.