In hard times we may lose contact with parts of ourselves that hold valuable information, which can help us make meaning of our experiences. This can occur as a means of self-protection and/or self-preservation; moving us further from what we are needing emotionally. By building competency through self-awareness, we can restore ability to move through our experiences and relationships with a sense of confidence, self-regulation, and compassion.
My treatment approach derives from the Internal Family Systems (IFS) model. This approach paints no limit upon self-discovery, creativity, curiosity, and renegotiating how we experience our stories. My method is diverse and will tend to lean on experiential interventions that supports bringing the body into therapy, creating a holistic experience.
I firmly believe life’s many challenges can be overcome by engaging in a treatment space that promotes both spontaneity and guidance. I have experience treating clients in both intensive and outpatient settings offering a range of clinical focus to support various processes.
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