How Can I Help You
In my therapeutic approach, I recognize the importance of the therapeutic relationship, the uniqueness of a client’s experiences and unconscious influences, as well as the impact that thoughts, feelings, and behaviors have on each other.
“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction, not a destination." - Carl Rogers
To help you achieve your optimal state of being, I create a safe and supportive environment that respects and values the influence of culture and identity on psychological well-being; I aim to ensure that my clients feel seen, heard, respected, and empowered. I offer genuine acceptance, respect, and non-judgmental understanding of each client’s unique experiences, values, and motivations. To that end, I do not adopt a single theoretical perspective; instead, we will work together to tailor treatment to fit your unique needs and preferences.
My collaborative, holistic, and individualized approach to treatment allows my clients to play an active role in their own self-improvement and self-fulfillment. Together, we will explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors with the goal of identifying, understanding, and restructuring these unhelpful learned patterns. I may provide guidance, support, challenges, and feedback aimed at developing effective coping strategies and achieving desired behavioral changes. Additionally, we may explore your past experiences and unconscious processes, in order to promote and facilitate resolution, emotional healing, healthier relationships, heightened self-awareness, and personal growth. I may offer interpretations and reflections about one’s unresolved conflicts and issues relating to their unconscious processes and early life experiences.
One-on-one coaching for individuals is a personalized approach to business coaching that focuses on the unique needs and goals of the individual.
The coach works closely with the client to understand their current challenges, identify areas for improvement, and develop a customized action plan to achieve their desired results. This type of coaching is typically conducted through a series of one-hour sessions, either in person or via video conferencing.
Personal development for individuals is a holistic approach to coaching that focuses on the personal growth and development of the individual.
Coaching is not only focused on achieving professional success but also on creating a well-balanced and fulfilled life. The coach helps clients to understand their strengths and weaknesses, set meaningful goals, and develop a plan to achieve them. The coach will also help clients to develop the skills and strategies needed to navigate life’s challenges and to build resilience.
A collaborative approach to business coaching that focuses on the development and growth of a group of individuals. A group of clients to identify common challenges.
Group coaching helps individuals to gain a fresh perspective, develop new skills and strategies, and achieve success in their professional and personal lives. With the guidance and support of an experienced coach, clients can overcome obstacles and achieve their full potential.
What Can You Expect
Curious about what it would be like working with me? Check out the various theories I implement in my approach to treatment.
Client-centered therapy, also known as person-centered, humanistic, or Rogerian therapy, is an approach focused on fostering self-understanding, growth, and actualization in clients. Client-centered therapy creates a non-judgmental environment whereby you are the foremost expert on yourself. Client-centered therapy emphasizes the innate drive toward self-actualization and places importance on the therapist-client relationship for promoting growth.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a structured approach to therapy that seeks to modify dysfunctional emotions, behaviors, and thought patterns through goal-oriented, systematic procedures. CBT focuses on the connections between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to uncover and modify errors in thinking and unhealthy behaviors. CBT therapists employ a variety of techniques to help clients develop more adaptive ways of thinking and behaving, and to improve client functioning and symptom management.
Psychodynamic therapy is an insight-oriented approach that emphasizes understanding unconscious processes, early childhood experiences, and the client's subjective, inner world. Psychodynamic therapists use various techniques to reveal recurring themes and illuminate the unconscious roots of current problems. The therapist-client relationship and the exploration of inner conflicts and dynamics fosters the insightful self-reflection and personal growth often needed to relieve psychological distress.