I offer psychodynamic therapy that is relational and incorporates attachment theory and neuroscience. This approach helps us identify patterns and beliefs that create suffering. With guidance and support you can gain insight into these patterns and process them so they no longer have the power to highjack your life. This can increase self-confidence and help you build more satisfying relationships with others. Focusing on strengths and building resources is an important part of this work and rewires neural pathways in a way that supports emotional health and contentment.
Somatic psychology utilizes the body-mind connection so therapy goes deeper than the level of working with thoughts. We are often somewhat disconnected from our body, which holds a wealth of information about how we feel and what we want, as well as the grief and traumas we have experienced. Somatic therapy helps us explore situations in a transformative way and build new resources to use in day-to-day life.
Somatic therapy is helpful for healing from painful emotions and difficult childhood experiences, increasing self-awareness, and practicing new ways of being in the world.
Mindfulness therapy is similar to somatic therapy in that it is based on our present moment experience. This approach helps you learn how to pause and investigate habitual thoughts and emotions instead of getting trapped in them. You can question negative beliefs you have about yourself and learn how to heal the parts of you that hold these beliefs.
Mindfulness-based therapy is particularly helpful for clients who are committed to reducing self-criticism, increasing self-acceptance, and learning compassionate assertiveness.