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Regina Smith

Regina Smith

30 years of experience

I have 30 years of social work and clinical experience, specializing in assisting diverse clients with issues such as stress, depression, relational challenges, anxiety, and life transitions. My approach is person-centered, aimed at meeting the unique needs of each individual. In addition to my clinical work, I am a life coach who finds fulfillment in helping clients navigate their challenges and achieve life balance.

What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?

I will dedicate time to getting to know you and understanding the issues that have led you to seek treatment. Together, we will develop goals and an implementation process. My objective is to ensure you feel comforted knowing that you are heard without judgment.

Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.

My biggest strengths include communicating in a calm, compassionate, and attentive manner, as well as creating a non-judgmental environment. I am here to assist and motivate you in pursuing your goals and aspirations within an environment where you feel heard and appreciated.

About Regina Smith

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My treatment methods


of tailoring therapy to suit the individual rather than adhering rigidly to one specific therapeutic model. This flexibility allows therapists to provide more comprehensive and effective treatment that meets the diverse needs of clients.

Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)

1. Conduct a thorough assessment to understand the client's presenting issues, underlying beliefs, and behavioral patterns. 2. Establish specific and achievable goals for therapy based on their identified concerns. 3. Sessions are structured and goal-oriented, focusing on addressing specific cognitive and behavioral targets. 4. Discuss progress and adjust interventions as needed to ensure effectiveness and relevance.

Solution Focused Brief Treatment

I work with clients to identify their goals, explore times when the problem was less severe or absent (exceptions), and identify small steps towards change. • Assess clients' perceptions of progress and readiness for change. This helps track improvements and guide further goal-setting. • Have clients to imagine their preferred future without the problem, which often reveals insights into their aspirations and desired outcomes. • Emphasize clients' strengths, skills, and existing resources to empower them in problem-solving and decision-making. • Throughout the therapeutic process, I gather feedback from clients to ensure the approach is effective and aligns with their evolving needs and priorities.