Areas of Practice:

INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING: 

Self-Esteem

Stress Management

Grief and loss Counseling

Adolescent

Trauma

Coping with depression

Anxiety

Spiritual Growth

Life Transitions

Self-Identity Exploration

COUPLES THERAPY:

Reintegration Therapy

Blended Families

Co-Dependency

Emotional Abuse

Distress and Conflict Resolution

Divorce

Narcissistic  Relationship Destroyers

Communication Issues

Infidelity

Family System Dynamics

Interracial Couples

 

 TREATMENT MODALITIES:

 

Cognitive-behavioral therapy

Is a problem-focused form of behavioral treatment that helps people see the relationship between beliefs, thoughts, and feelings, and subsequent behavior patterns and actions. Through CBT, people learn that their perceptions directly influence their responses to specific situations. In other words, a person’s thought process informs his or her behaviors and actions.


client-centered therapy

This form of humanistic therapy deals with the ways in which people perceive themselves consciously rather than having a therapist try to interpret unconscious thoughts or ideas. There are many different components and tools used in person-centered therapy including active listening, genuineness, paraphrasing, and more.


Exitential therapy

Style of therapy that places emphasis on the human condition as a whole. Existential psychotherapy uses a positive approach that applauds human capacities and aspirations while simultaneously acknowledging human limitations.

 



Psycho-spiritual therapy

Utilizes both traditional psychological theories of human growth and a spiritual approach to support the individual on their particular journey. This spiritual approach recognizes and accesses higher consciousness using tools such as meditation, imagery, metaphor, visualization, creative arts, awareness, intuition and inner attunement, all of which are used in the pursuit of understanding.


reality therapy

Focuses on the current issues affecting a person seeking treatment rather than the issues that person has experienced in the past, and it encourages that person, through therapy, to change any behavior that may prevent him or her from finding a solution to those issues. This type of therapy encourages problem solving, and it is based on the idea that people experience mental distress when their basic psychological needs have not been met.


anger management

The process by which a person learns how to identify stressors, take necessary steps to remain calm, and handle tense situations in a constructive, positive manner.

 

 



holistic therapy

An integrative approach grounded in psychosynthesis, focuses on the relationship between mind, body, and spirit, attempting to understand and address the ways issues in one aspect of a person can lead to concerns in other areas. 


motivational EmpowerMENT therapy

A directive, person-centered approach to therapy that focuses on improving an individual's motivation to change. Those who engage in self-destructive behaviors may often be ambivalent or have little motivation to change such behaviors, despite acknowledging the negative impact of said behaviors on health, family life, or social functioning.


Reintegration therapy

The process of focusing on reconnecting displaced families. Helping parents form communicative healthy relationships with their child and/or children due to divorce, absence and/or separation. The goal is to assist in the healing process while proving a therapeutic environment to address issues and move forward in a healthy manner.