How I work with Clients
My particular approach towards wellness begins with one’s experience of the present.
Understandably, many of us would like to dive into troubling issues with a Therapist while some of us have trepidations to do so. Cultivating a healthy connection to self is a preliminary step for doing deeper levels of work.
Accessing a sense of stillness in the mind is an important prerequisite, as it encourages non-reactivity and allows one to see things for how they are as opposed to how they feel. This helps to promote a healthy unpacking of one’s personal experience and ensures that one can effectively engage with their day to day life while exploring challenging aspects of themselves.
It is important to understand how our emotional reactions create our overall experience, as these feelings can greatly distort the picture. In many cases, the troubling parts of our personal history contain important pieces of our “emotional architecture”, that is, the subtle and overt coding that dictates how we react to and engage with our personal experience.
Achieving understanding on these levels is vital to maintaining lasting change, and this is what I hope to help you with as your Therapist.
School: Institute of Transpersonal Psychology
Degree: MA Counseling Psychology
School: Delaware State University
Degree: B.S. Psychology
License or Certificate 92274
License or Certificate Piedmont Yoga / 200 Hours YTT
Masters of Counseling Psychology, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, 2009-2012 Bachelors of Psychology, Delaware State University, 2007-2009 Associates of Human Services, Delaware Technical and Community College, 2004-2007 200 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Piedmont Yoga 2017 Certification of Psychedelic-Assisted Psychotherapy and Research from California Institute of Integral Studies 2018
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