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Therapeutic Approach

I meet my clients where they are at and work from a holistic bio-psycho-social-spiritual lens, ensuring to give attention to all facets of the human experience. My integrative approach includes Psychodynamic, Narrative, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, , Parts Work, and Somatic Healing to connect with different parts of you—the wonderful parts, the parts that hold you back, and the parts you don’t want to face alone. We can approach these together. 

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What is Psychotherapy?

Living in a dynamic world with challenges, responsibilities, and distractions, it can be difficult to carve time out to check in with yourself to see what you need more of. Therapy provides you with this very significant and powerful pause. Psychotherapy is ‘talk therapy’, meaning that the practice is grounded in dialogue between you and your therapist. You are granted with designated and uninterrupted time to explore your life in a calm, non-judgmental, and confidential environment, as well as having the opportunity to process experiences/traumas in a safe way. Such exploration is paired with powerful insight and coping skill development to better manage your own life, body, and relationships. 

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Possible benefits from psychotherapy 

  • Flipping your unconscious ‘autopilot’ state inside out to better understand common patterns that come up in your life 

  • New perspectives on how to cope with thoughts, feelings, sensations, memories, urges, etc. to then have greater freedom in your own life 

  • Greater psychological flexibility to handle things out of your control (which are most things in life!) and stressful situations won’t appear to be that stressful anymore 

  • You will be kinder and more compassionate with your amazing self   

  • Greater energy and enthusiasm for life to propel forward into a more meaningful life 

  • Recognition of your inner resources, strengths, wisdom, and values that are already there waiting for you!  

  • A greater capacity for relationships and connection with others 

  • An improved sense of well-being, including emotional, psychological, and physical symptoms. As well as reductions in pain levels and an enhanced ability to cope with chronic pain 

  • Psychoeducation providing clarity on how life experience (including trauma) affects the body and mind, how our early years have influenced and shaped how we show up in adulthood, and what happens in our body when begin to introduce healing, coping, and consciousness 

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