How I work with Clients
Through a collaborative process, I help patients discover connections between problematic patterns of thinking and relating, and the ongoing challenges they face. These connections – between thoughts and feelings, past and present, internal experience and external situations – can help a person think in new ways, generating possibilities for growth and change.
This ollaborative approach to therapy emphasizes strengths and solutions and I believe that everyone is capable of being resourceful and resilient in the face of challenges. I use a person-centered and strength-based approach utilizing effective techniques from a variety of therapeutic modalities like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); Emotional Focus Therapy (EFT); Internal Family Systems (IFS).
In my practice, I aim to create a comfortable space within which to explore emotional, interpersonal, and behavioral difficulties. In my KAP practice, I believe that set and setting are instrumental and we spend a lot of time meticulously curating an experience that will promote the most healing, honoring the chosen medecine and its particular attributes. Recognizing the importance of the mind-body connection, I use a very measured approach to nonordinary states of consciousness as a conduit for deep healing and growth.
School: Wurzweiler School of Social Work
School: Cornell University
License or Certificate MSW
Date: NYS 109399-01
Fluence PIT, KAP Training with Phil Wolfson with KTC
Payment & Insurance
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