Licensed Marriage Family Therapist
I will help you access your many natural strengths and resiliencies in working toward achieving your goals and living your preferred life.
Provides free initial consultation
Provides telehealth services
Practicing Since: 2013
I have enjoyed using Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) since I began practicing. SFBT uses the client's own goals as a motivation for change. Therapy is therefore custom tailored to the individual client. SFBT harnesses the transformative power of the client's own strengths and interests, and builds upon ways the client may already be solving their own problem.
Since I began practicing, I have used my graduate level training in family systems theory in order to help individuals and families identify and interrupt unhelpful recurring patterns of behavior and bring about lasting, positive systemic change. Additionally, family systems-informed therapy can help clients heal from damaging inter-generational trauma.
Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) is an evidence-based treatment, and together with the Gottman Method, is the therapeutic model I most commonly use with couples. Its power comes from its ability to tap into people's primal need for a close attachment bond to others. It helps people express their softer, more vulnerable emotions with the aim of increasing connection and closeness to others.
My Masters level training focused on family systems theory as used in the treatment of a wide variety of family problems. I have used this training since 2013 to help families resolve conflict and foster relational well-being.
I have specialized Masters-level training in treating addictions which I have continually utilized in my practice. This training incorporates family systems theory, which examines and aims to restructure ways in which the entire family can organize its behavior around those family members suffering from addiction.
My Masters level training focused on family systems theory as used in the treatment of a wide variety of family problems, including couple and marital conflict. I have used this training since 2013 to help couples resolve conflict and foster deeper connection and relational well-being.
Anxiety might be the most common problem I have helped people overcome. I also have some familiarity, as I have suffered from an anxiety disorder myself. There can be many causes and forms of anxiety, and I work collaboratively and holistically in supporting clients to find solutions that work best for them.
Depression and other mood disorders are very common among people seeking therapy. I have helped many people make lasting positive changes to their mood by working collaboratively and holistically in supporting clients to find solutions that work best for them.
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