In our sessions, I allow my patients the opportunity to speak their truth to cope with behavioral, mental and emotional problems that interfere with their daily life. My patients’ story will always be confidential and will be approached with the utmost empathy. I believe that building a trusting relationship with my clients is the cornerstone for healing in therapy.
Many people seek psychotherapy to ease signs of depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive behaviors, attention deficit, addictions and any number of organic brain dysfunctions. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) targets harmful thought processes that intensify a depressed or anxious mood. CBT challenges negative self-talk and teaches perceptive reframing, or looking at the glass as half full.
“People start to heal the moment they feel heard.” – Cheryl Richardson