My private practice is a confidential setting where clients feel heard and understood. Each session, they take small steps toward lessening their challenges and increasing their successes. I believe that when you continue to incorporate positive aspects into your life that anxiety and depression will lower, and you can begin to "rewire" ways in which you think and behave. I incorporate mindfulness in my work, where we take some time to slow down and just take a breath, in doing so, blood pressure and heart rate lowers and you have more power to think creatively. Regulating your emotions and body helps you to manage conflict and make the decisions that are right for you.
My office is also very relaxing, which fosters a therapeutic feel, allowing you, the client, to become more at ease to share what's most important to you.
I am also a frequent speaker at Western Connecticut State University, M.A.T. Program, where I work with master's level students in helping them develop a deeper understanding of behavioral health issues. I also regularly attend professional development workshops to continue growing.
I look forward to speaking with you to discuss what your needs are and how we can work collaboratively to develop a plan that works for you.