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What is psychotherapy?

It is communication between you and I that is intended to help you find relief in emotional distress, communication problems, or day-to-day struggles.

What are some common issues people come to see me for?

Depression/Postpartum Depression
Stress Management
Communication within Relationships/Toxic Relationships
Anger Management
Substance Abuse
Impulsive Behaviors
Low Self-Esteem/Self-Confidence
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Bipolar Disorder

What types of treatment do I provide?

I use evidence-based practices in collaboration with each of my clients. I predominantly use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I also integrate mindfulness-based approaches into my treatment when appropriate.

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)?

CBT is time limited
CBT is evidence-based
CBT is goal-oriented
CBT is collaborative
CBT is structured
CBT is focused on the present
CBT is an active treatment
CBT is skills-oriented
CBT emphasizes practice

What is Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)?

It is a behavioral therapy that is based on taking action. That is, action guided by your core values. In other words, ACT will help you behave as the type of person you want to be. The goal of ACT is to maximize your fullest potential for a rich and meaningful life, while handling the day-to-day struggles that we all endure.

What is mindfulness?

It is maintaining an in-the-moment awareness of your thoughts, feelings, emotions, physiological/bodily sensations, and surrounding environment without passing judgment. It is a tool that helps avoid self-criticism and judgment while acknowledging and managing difficult emotions.

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