Hello! So happy to see you. I am Kenya Liddell. Having had experienced many losses in my life, I often wonder what to do next or how to move forward. Sometimes life happens so quickly that it seems like there is not enough time to catch a breath. It's a scary feeling to have to figure out the hustle and bustle of life while still hurting inside. Fearful of being misunderstood, judged or like "it" may not work may be the negative thoughts that have developed during such a devastating loss. Think about getting back to doing the things that you once loved. Think about learning to live the best life that you imagined you could. Think about feeling better about yourself. Together you and I can work to get a better understanding of your loss and create a positive path to growth and healing. You are not alone. Your healing journey is a just call or click away. You can do it. I look forward to working with you.
What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?
Clients can expect to have a safe and supportive space to discuss their mental health concerns and feelings, as well as to learn coping skills and techniques. Client's will leave feeling empowered to improve their mental and emotional well-being and to create a more fulfilling life experience.
What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?
I use various therapeutic interventions and techniques tailored to each individual to accomplish personal healing. However most of the time Ì use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to help individuals uncover true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating through discovering and building on their strengths and attaining the personal growth they are committed to achieving.
Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.
Although I enjoy working with individuals through all challenges of life, my specialty is grief recovery, Grief recovery refers to how an individual heal from emotional pain, loss, and/or sorrow from personal loss such as but not limited to death, divorce, career changes, stress, parenting, and/or health issues. Grief recovery covers trauma and anxiety that comes along with that loss.