First and foremost, I listen. Listening to my clients is essential, since I want to customize a plan that meets your needs. Second, I use evidence-based models, but I translate what we know from research into easy-to-understand language and easy-to-follow steps. Third, therapy should be temporary. We’ll dig into skills and tools that can help you move through your situation, and we’ll set milestones to note improvement. We’ll adjust to help ensure our conversations are as effective as they can be.
With your motivation and my skills, we can transcend anxiety, OCD, life during transitions (such as divorce) and get you through the rough spots. Making therapy as fun and creative as possible is essential — especially for kids — because our whole purpose is to learn how to thrive. Change doesn’t have to be boring. (In fact, it works better if it’s not.)