How Therapy Works
Restoring work is not easy work, but I believe wholeheartedly that regardless of the issues one faces, or has faced, healing is possible for anyone with a willingness to embrace the journey. It is my desire to walk alongside those looking to live fully and free.
I have a varied background which gives me particular insight into helping individuals overcome trauma, shame, addiction, depression, anxiety, disordered eating, marriage issues and family conflict.
As a professional counselor it is my desire to partner with my clients in a safe judgment free space where freedom and hope can be found.
I find that therapy is most beneficial when I work with clients to identify therapeutic goals that are not only achievable, but will provide the best possible outcomes if accomplished. That means clients take an active role in deciding what goals are set. Make no mistake, therapy is work, and positive results are usually impossible without a willingness to make changes in actions or thought.
My approach is quite eclectic and not one-size-fits-all. It is not uncommon for me to use modalities like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness, and solution-focused techniques.