Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Harm reduction, Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), Motivational interviewing (MI), Psychodynamic, Relational, Solution-focused, Strengths-based
Therapy is something not everyone knows they need nor do they always think they want it, but let me tell you. It is something that will help you to navigate those difficult days and improve your ability to navigate life in a healthier way. What is holding you back from following through and targeting your own needs? Let me help you to understand what drives you, what holds you back and what it is you are longing for. Let’s make deeper connections to understand your worries, your barriers, and your strengths.
I have been working as a mental health therapist for more than 5 years, treating adults through bouts of depression, anxiety, trauma, transitions, divorces, times of grief and uncertainty. I truly value the therapeutic space and strive for you to feel welcomed and comforted within each session.
Therapy is not always comfortable, but my goal is to always help you to understand how you can better manage those moments of distress as we work toward improving your quality of life and engaging your mind to better navigate stressful situations. Let’s work together to find some balance for you, to nurture your mind and help to explore your full potential, one day at a time.
BA - Psychology, Siena College
MSW - Social Work, State University of New York Albany
I truly enjoy working with others to explore their minds, improve their quality of life and work toward their fullest potential. Empathy drives me and my hope is that my space can help others to heal.
I enjoy spending time with my family, pets, and friends, and I enjoy being near the water and taking time to refill my cup.
I ensure I take my vitamins, take 15 minutes for myself each morning and practice some type of exercise whether that be a walk, yoga or a workout.
Yoga, meditation, time with my family or time by myself.
Bella the bloodhound and Louie the Siamese cat :)
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