I believe that balance is a crucial part of a healthy and meaningful life. We all struggle at times with confusing or challenging feelings, and it’s okay to seek support.
A psychological assessment is a collaborative team effort between an individual, their support network (family members, health care providers, teachers, case managers etc.), and the evaluator that can enhance therapeutic understanding, cohesion, and provide a framework to meet desired goals.
I believe that no one is beyond help, no matter how severe the disorder or longstanding the mental health problems. I am a strong proponent of psychotherapeutic approaches which have scientific support for their effectiveness to ensure we are making the most of your time in therapy.
I can support you by listening and providing the insight, knowledge and experience needed to help you reach your goals for therapy.
Psychological assessment and treatment can offer an individual insight and awareness as to how life experiences, events, and relationships influence one’s development, growth, and functioning, and in so doing, offer an individual the opportunity to work toward change, transformation, healing, and hope.
I believe that finding balance in ones life is important. I use an MST approach that focuses on ones strengths, and use CBT techniques to help find the balance that one is looking for.
My approach to therapy is holistic, co-creative, kind, and practical. My goal is to provide clients with skills and insight to cope with both the everyday stressors and the big life events with as much ease as possible.
My goal is to help facilitate change, skill mastery, and acceptance; as well as to help develop insight into our abilities and capacity to cope with our most difficult challenges.
I believe everyone deserves a chance to live their life to their fullest potential.
Recovery is possible!
I work to provide a supportive environment where clients can reorient themselves, build skills, and develop new insights in order to reach their goals.
As a therapist, I see the client as the expert in their own life and see myself as a coach who can guide and offer support along the way.
I am a compassionate, gentle and highly attentive therapist, a person of trust, and sympathetic to all.
I strive to support clients in developing more adaptive ways of coping with stressors and to empower clients to utilize their strengths to overcome challenges.
I believe that a strong therapeutic relationship is a key component to successful therapy. My professional philosophy includes incorporating multiple therapeutic techniques in order to tailor therapy to the specific needs of my clients. I emphasize empowering my clients I the therapeutic environment and their lives. My therapeutic style includes a balance of validation and challenges to help clients grow to their full potential.
Like a puzzle, people tell me disjointed parts of their problems. I can help you put the pieces together in a way that makes more sense.
People deserve the chance to become aware of stumbling blocks in their life, and be given the opportunity to resolve those issues.
I believe in providing individuals with thoughtful, evidence-based assessments that answer the questions that are the most important to them and the people supporting their well-being. In addition to completing assessments, I oversee Canvas Health’s APA-accredited doctoral internship in psychology.
I believe that providing successful therapy begins with building a trusting relationship with clients and providing them with a safe environment, free of judgment.
I believe each client is unique and should be treated as so. I provide a non-judgmental, client centered point of view, and believe it is important for every client to have input on the level of care that would be most beneficial to them.
I believe that substance dependency is a treatable disease with treatment and support groups in the community.
Over the past 39 years in working with substance abuse clients, families, programs, funders, licensors, and developers I have held true to a few themes. Substance abuse is a biopsychosocial concern and recovery is an inside job. It is my first duty to make you feel as comfortable as quickly as possible.
My counseling approach is derived from person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and feminist theories. It is a privilege to walk alongside my clients, utilizing evidence based practices to help guide them on their journeys of recovery.
I concentrate on focusing the client’s treatment using his or her own personal inner wisdom to establish a balance in the client’s psychological, physical, social, and spiritual well-being to promote change.
I have been an adolescent counselor for over thirty years. I believe that young people are the future and I try to improve on their future. I have an eclectic philosophy and try and use every evidence based tool at my disposal. At the heart of this is my belief that every child should have a chance at success.
Recovery is achievable when you set your mind to it.
I believe in the empowerment of the person and the family. Giving a person the support and guidance they need when exploring their own identity as a human as well as how to incorporate people they care about into this exploration is something that is important to me as a therapist.
I believe that building relationships and connections with individuals and families are an essential piece of what I value as a therapist. Being able to collaborate with a team to ensure that the individual and/or family are receiving the best support and resources that they need. My approach is building a relationship with my client, actively listening through their stories and experiences, and integrating skills to help clients work through the barriers and move forward in a direction that leads to their healing and growth.
The first step into therapy is a courageous one. I see my role as walking alongside individuals and families to understand and untangle the path that brought them here. My approach is person-centered and non-judgmental. I believe that change and healing are possible, and supporting people with empowerment and recognizing their own internal strengths is the best part of my job.
I believe that people always have positive choices even when they feel stuck. My counseling approaches are person-centered, cognitive-behavioral and narrative. Working recovery is the opportunity to rediscover the world around you to navigate the future that’s ahead.