My overall orientation is integrative, which means that I blend the active ingredients of several different evidence-based methods. Below is a partial list of the therapeutic methods I use to help you. If you are curious about the efficacy of a therapy approach for your specific issues (including those not listed here), don't hesitate to ask.
CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT refers to a group of modern therapeutic approaches that stem from the view that our thoughts (cognitions), behaviors, and emotions are interrelated. This is good news, because if we create change in one, we can affect change in the others.
ACT - Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
ACT is an action-based psychotherapy approach that focuses on creating meaning and improving quality of life. A key tenet of ACT is that emotions, including painful emotions, are an appropriate response to certain life events and circumstances. As the name suggests, ACT is an intrinsically accepting and inclusive form of cognitive behavioral therapy.
My approach to healing naturally incorporates mindfulness practices. Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, as well as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) are two approaches that rely heavily on the vast benefits of the cultivation of mindfulness.
Your relationships are a part of who you are. Relationships impact your sense of safety and security, your personal development, your healing and overall health. I use a blend of Family Systems and Emotionally Focused Therapy approaches to address the well-being of the family unit, and the individuals in it.
Every person is unique, there is only one you. I always tailor treatment to meet your needs and circumstances.