Who am I, and what is my approach to helping people
I reach people with my honest, genuine, and real sense of intuition about challenges they face. My goal for clients is to increase personal awareness of problematic behaviors they want to change and then engage in finding new ways to incorporate change in their lives with struggling with power, control, depression, trauma, relationship problems, loss of identity, stillbirth, grief, and divorce. Currently I am working on my dissertation addressing trauma and psychogenic non-epileptic seizures in conjunction with treating emotion avoidance strategies with this select population.
I utilize EMDR, ACT, DBT, CBT, person centered, trauma model therapy and motivational interviewing techniques. My experience comes from working at a behavioral health hospital on both an inpatient and outpatient level of care. I have been trained in trauma model therapy by Dr. Colin Ross of the Ross Institute.
I have extensive experience with clients who experienced childhood and adulthood trauma, sexual abuse, neglect, SRA, depression, anxiety, PTSD, difficulty managing anger, borderline personality disorder, divorce, grief, infant loss, stillbirth, miscarriage and dissociative disorders. I find that my energy flows over into the therapeutic relationship with my clients.