Psychotherapy is an active and ongoing mutual partnership where clients engage in weekly sessions to participate in improving aspects of their lives where they most desire change.
A good therapist will individualize her approach to each client's needs and personal preferences. Answers to common questions about psychotherapy in general may be found on the Frequently Asked Questions page.
I work with adults using insight-oriented therapy, which is an established method for resolving problems. I work with individuals on a variety of issues such as anxiety and depression, compulsive behavior, relationship struggles, career and financial difficulties, grief and trauma, and goals and motivation.
Underachievement and Motivation
For the last 25 years, I have been developing individualized imagery scripts to help my clients improve their performance in various areas.
Children and Adolescents
I started my practice with teenagers and find them challenging and refreshing. In my experience as a therapist, I have learned to develop good rapport with teens and children so I can "speak their language". I use play therapy, behavior modification, and parent education. I have expertise in helping children and teens improve self-esteem and social skills. For anxious and/or unmotivated children and teens, I use breathing and visualization techniques.
Every parent has a parenting style. In the assessment phase, I help determine with the parents what their style is. In the treatment phase, I work with the parents to apply effective behavior modification techniques at home, taking account of their parenting style.
I also provide a list of books which have proven to be very helpful to parents over the years. As part of parenting education, here is a list of books that parents have found helpful. Click Here for More Details.
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