Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I focus on short term, evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) treatment for trauma and anxiety disorders.
Practicing Since: 2002
When we have experienced difficult or traumatic events, those experiences can create beliefs about ourselves, our lives, and our potential for healing that can get stuck and hold us back from the changes we need to make. Your approach to things can be different. You will feel confident and trusting in yourself. When negative thoughts arise, they won’t feel like the absolute truth and you'll be able to combat them.
My clients want to stop thinking about all their decisions, behaviors, and words so much. They want to stop comparing themselves to others and spending the day overanalyzing every action. Instead of looking for constant reassurance and ruminating about your decisions or past events, you are able to relax and be present with yourself and others. Clients who are most successful achieving this are the ones ready to work and willing to show up over and over again to face fears.