Counseling can be helpful in making changes in your life. Whether you’re feeling stuck in a rut at work, struggling with parenting, or feeling the strain in your relationships.
Helping with adjustments, anxiety, career, custody, depression, divorce, grief, LGBT concerns, relationships, substance use concerns, and more.
Is your child struggling in school or with behavior issues? Problems with attention? Defiance? Sleep issues? Struggling to cope with changing family dynamics?
Play therapy and sandtray therapy can be used to assist with ADHD, adoption, adjustments, anxiety, attachment, behavioral concerns, child-parent relationships, custody, depression, divorce, grief, sexual abuse, trauma, and more.
Play therapy and expressive therapies can be utilized with all ages and with a variety of treatment goals.
My Approach to Counseling…
Every person is different, and counseling should be tailored to the client’s needs and goals. My approach to counseling is individualized and focuses on the client’s strengths. I believe in a hands-on, client-centered approach utilizing neurobiology-based approaches, CBT, and other theoretical approaches to assist clients in developing new coping skills and to promote growth. Many of my clients have come to me after they have tried other types of therapy and were looking for something different.
I enjoy working with depression, anxiety, trauma, and custody concerns. I am a Registered Play Therapist. I am trained in the Mindful Schools curriculum, MBSR-T (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Teens) certified, trained in TF-CBT, Synergetic Play Therapy, and completed Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level 1 and Level 2 trainings. My training experience provides the opportunity for me to assist clients in overcoming a variety of life’s challenges with integrative and personalized treatment and sessions.
Contact us today to schedule!