Hello, beautiful soul. I know the day-to-day may not be so great for you right now. Life has a way of showing up in a very real way at the most unexpected times, knocking the wind right out of us. In the ever-changing cycles and transitions of life, sometimes, we say goodbye to people we never thought we would, we separate from familiar places and things whether we’re ready or not, and we face the unknown with lingering uncertainty, not quite sure where to go, what to do, or to whom we can turn. Surviving comes at a cost to our overall health and wellness. I am so grateful you are here – and while it may be difficult for you to believe while you are questioning your self-worth: You are worthy, breathing and existing as you are. Progress is subjective. So is happiness. So is success. The recipe for the version of self you can admire most begins here, now. Let's take a regenerative approach to wellness, together. Let's cultivate humanity. In our virtual therapeutic platform, my goal as your therapist is to help you: · Clear unresolved traumas · Envision and design your Quality World · Process stressors and how they impact your life. · Equip yourself with mental and emotional tools to cope and live life on life’s terms. · Create simple, realistic, and attainable goals to effect change in your day-to-day life. · Love yourself, find your inspiration, and know your self-worth. · Develop your ability to change your perspective on displeasing or undesired changes in your life—present and future. · Improve the quality of your interpersonal relationships. · Decrease your levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. · Discover and express your sense of self and individuality. · Focus on your self-love and self-care. · Explore healthy hobbies/activities/outlets. · Attain a state of balance, peace, and happiness in your life—the true essence of wellness.
What can clients expect to take away from sessions with you?
Our first session will address and assess your intake forms and all the information you include about yourself and your life – be as detailed as you can, as we are only able to address what you are willing to acknowledge. Taking a step back from the chaos and confusion of present-day life, we will use a gentle biophilia-informed approach, using cycles and patterns found in Mother Nature as tangible examples to help us understand your life cycles and patterns of thinking and behaving. We will identify what is currently working for you, as well as identify the maladaptive patterns of thinking and behaving that are hindering your ability to be the version of yourself you admire most.
What treatment methods and tools do you utilize?
With Choice Theory and Reality Therapy as my base, I utilize the specialized protocols of Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories (RTM), Trauma-Focused Neurolinguistic Programming (tf-NLP), and Trauma-Informed breathing and yoga techniques (ti-CCYT) to address the many facets of self and life that can be impacted by the far-reaching effects of unresolved trauma. I am passionate about working with open-minded individuals who are looking for guidance in life areas that can prove to be challenging: grief, life cycle transitions, stress management, time management, emotional regulation, self-love, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, depression, and self-care.
Explain to clients what areas you feel are your biggest strengths.
This is not traditional talk therapy. Many of my clients have described my approach to be a hybrid experience, blending trauma-focused therapy and life coaching, aiming to sift out maladaptive patterns of thinking and behaving to which you have committed for years and hold you accountable as you take the necessary time for your brain to create new, healthier, more adaptive patterns of thinking and behaving. Your first 8-12 sessions will consist of addressing and sifting out the old while equipping you with tools to consistently meet your physiological and safety needs. Once you have established a healthy foundation for how you meet and treat yourself day-to-day, you will be equipped to confidently explore and address your relationships with the people, places, and things in your world.