I believe that most of the pain we carry around stems from different aspects of grief and loss. Unacknowledged and unresolved pain can have adverse impacts on ones overall health, which can start to show up in our lives somatically, emotionally, spiritually, or relationally. It can even begin to affect our identity. I believe in creating a judgment-free and shame-free space where clients can safely acknowledge, explore, and heal unacknowledged and unresolved pain. I strive to help clients ultimately rediscover their sense of self, recognize and utilize their inherent divine power, and mindfully tap into the power of now.
I work with individuals from a solution-focused and strengths-based perspective while integrating different evidence-based methods and techniques. I also like to implement elements of cognitive restructuring, which helps clients redirect harmful and intrusive thoughts, address their childhood “programming”, and modify their emotion regulation.
In a society that equates busyness with success I think it is imperative to have a safe space to be still and check-in with ourselves. My role in your therapy is to create a space where you can show up at your best and your worst. Where I will combine my knowledge and training with my warmth and compassion to help you reconnect with your authentic self.