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My Counseling Style

A warm, friendly, and skilled approach tailored to meet your needs

How I Provide Counseling and Psychotherapy

My Counseling Approach

Every person has their own unique experiences and perspectives of life. Counseling should be practical, helpful, and empowering so that each person can have the opportunity to create the experiences and quality of life that she/he truly desires.
Below are my main counseling styles:


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Cognitive Behavioral

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Interpersonal Neurobiology


Attachment Theory

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My Counseling Goals For You

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Gain insight and understanding of how to best address your problems


Heal from emotional pain


Empower you with powerful tools to manage emotional distress and stress


Develop effective coping skills


Grow and develop as a person


Counseling and psychotherapy can provide many rewards and benefits that can be life changing and life affirming.  It can be fun and challenging but I am here to help you through the process as you work toward feeling better, improved functioning and living your best quality life.


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Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy involves becoming aware of how your past including your childhood years influences your current feelings, emotions, thoughts and behavioral patterns. This type of psychotherapy works through the exploration of your feelings, thoughts, and "inner world."


Through insight and gaining an understanding of what makes you "tick" you learn to develop new and more effective coping skills in your life.  Psychodynamic psychotherapy has traditionally been a long-term psychotherapy.  However, psychodynamic psychotherapy may also be brief which allows you to focus on one specific problem or goal and work towards an understanding of how you can manage this problem.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) involves learning to recognize thoughts and thinking patterns that produce negative actions and behaviors.  Utilizing CBT you learn how to challenge negative thoughts and replace those negative thoughts with positive and more effective thoughts which in turn help you to engage in more helpful and desired behaviors.  CBT is a structured psychotherapy that requires full commitment and discipline and is not a quick or easy "fix" to significant mental health problems.  CBT is an effective treatment for anxiety disorders.

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Cognitive Behavior Therapy

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