There are many paths to change. It's my goal to help you find which.
My approach is mindfulness-centred, and works with thoughts, feelings, behaviours, and the physical body, moving you towards transformation.
I have an empathic, calm, and non-judgmental nature that can help you feel safe, and support our working relationship. Research has demonstrated that this working relationship connection is imperative for effective therapy.
Together, we can help you heal from:
- abuse (emotional/verbal/physical/sexual/trauma)
- addiction issues
- anxiety/panic attacks/irrational fears
- challenging life transitions
- eating disorders (including emotional eating)
- family of origin issues
- grief and loss
- lack of assertiveness skills/boundaries
- people pleasing/over-responsilibity/rescuing
- relationship conflict or concerns
- sexuality issues
Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.
Hakomi Mindfulness-Centered Somatic Psychotherapy. This method is based on five principles of mind-body integration, mindfulness, non-violence, organicity, and unity. [http://hakomiinstitute.com]
Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Levels 1 and 2. This approach incorporates a research-based perspective to support romantic relationships. [https://www.gottman.com]
Clinical Hypnosis and Strategic Psychotherapy (M. Yapko, PhD). Although I do not generally use hypnosis in my work, I do draw from some of the strength-based methods of this approach. [https://yapko.com]
Scott Miller Training. This practical training is based on improving the efficiency and outcome of your therapy. [https://www.scottdmiller.com]