Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-i), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Emotionally focused therapy (EFT), Gottman method couples therapy, Harm reduction, Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT), Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), Psychodynamic, Relational, Solution-focused, Strengths-based
Do you feel stuck in your personal life or your relationship? Are your thoughts of constant worry, hopelessness, uncertainty overwhelming your day-to-day journey? Have you decided it's time that you approach these feelings and emotions head-on? Therapy is a brave and powerful first step towards exploring what might be contributing to these feelings.
I help address these experiences by utilizing a goal-oriented and solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral approach (CBT). I work with clients to help support them in bringing their strength in the room and allowing them to be able to get in touch with their inner self.
I work together with you to determine the best course of action and provide tools for individualized exploration and growth. My approach is non-judgmental and supportive.
MS - Clinical Psychology, Emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy, John F. Kennedy University
Self care, hanging out with my kids, and nature walks are my thing!
Charlotte's Web, it takes me back to the days that life was innocent and easy.
Afghan American Psychological Association (AAPA) - this organization helps fund the Afghan women of Afghanistan that are widows and need mental health support and have no financial support to get them. AAPA provides that for the women and children of Afghanistan
I take time for myself and I process my exhaustion with love and respect.
Yes! I have a British short hair kitten. She sits with us and watches movies every weekend. She’s our movie buddy.
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