Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP or EXRP), Integrative behavioral couple therapy (IBCT), Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), Motivational interviewing (MI), Solution-focused
I provide individual recognition for adolescents, adults, couples and families coping with multiple issues in order to provide appropriate counseling and support. I work in diverse settings, designed to provide a variety of counseling and support services. I provide clients with an approach to therapy combining Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Orientation with Positive Psychology.
I prioritize helping clients identify specific behavioral goals, understanding the impact of their thoughts on their behaviors, and agreeing on strategy implementation in order to achieve these goals. I provide clients with a safe and collaborative environment to support their exploration of positive experiences. I also help my clients to recognize and develop their strengths in order to increase their sense of empowerment, promote resiliency, develop greater self-acceptance and grow and improve their lives.
BA - Psychology, Brooklyn College
MA - Psychology, Towson University
I have wanted to since I can remember. I walked into Coney Island hospital psych ward at age 16 and asked how I can help and learn. I believe that feeling validated and wanted to make positive changes can lead to a healthy mental health. I have a true passion for helping others work towards their goals and collaboratively help them find functional changes that lead them to their goals.
I enjoy exercise and spending time with my family, and friends.
Exercise as well as a mental health hour after work.
The Giving Tree - messages of helping those in need, giving, growing old, and making people that you love happy, can be more rewarding than receiving any gift.
Chai Lifeline - it was founded in 1987 to help families with children battling cancer.
Family and exercise
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