I provide counseling services for children, teens, adults, families. I bring an eclectic view to my counseling practice. My core values are deeply rooted in being person-centered and strength-based. The formula is simple; Identification, Exploration, Discovery, and Recovery.
Each of us is on a journey it seems like. And there are times when we need some support along the way. Therefore, having someone to journey with you can make all the difference. As a result, you are the expert in your own life and good therapy provides a safe place where you can share and process honestly, without being judged or told how to feel or what to do.
As a therapist, I consequently work with you to explore the life experiences that have shaped you and affect the way you respond to challenges today. I invite you to set up a phone or face-to-face consultation with me to see if I am the right therapist for you.
Counseling works. It really does.
My clients are people who wants to know about themselves and about how to improve their lives. They are students, professionals, parents, and couples who have realized they are stuck in patterns that don’t work for them anymore or are struggling to get through something difficult in their life.
In addition, counseling is about having someone you can trust outside of the people in your life, without being judged, to help you gain new perspective, insight, tools, and even healing in your life.
Furthermore, counseling is not just for the “mentally ill” or for “severe” issues. Nobody’s life is exempt from challenges, and counseling simply offers a healthy avenue to take on those challenges using your own strengths, and discover insights about yourself that will give you the momentum you need for healing and change.
In conclusion, what I provide is the healing and non-judgmental space, combined with my professional knowledge, experience, and genuine empathy to guide you through this process. Every client is unique. I adapt and draw from many theoretical approaches according to the way you think, feel, and even simply what you want! Overall, I counsel using a cognitive, strengths based (wellness), and humanistic approach.