Adulting is hard, asking for help can be even harder. Yet, You are here. I see you. You do not have to do it alone.
Associate Marriage & Family Therapist in Beverly Hills, CA
Supervised by Mary Barbour
From the very beginning there are expectations that are projected onto each one of us by the outside world and our family systems. Expectations of how we should or should not act, feel, love, do, pursue, or be. This often is a source of decreased mental health symptoms. I believe it is important to talk about our differences, you are the expert of your experiences. I lead with honest curiosity and open understanding in order to validate your inner world and perspective.
Breathing. We do it everyday. But do we ever stop and think about how it is connected to our overall mood and body. Research shows that different emotions are associated with different forms of breathing. Changing how we breathe can change how we feel. Learning how to bring awareness to how are body holds emotions can decrease symptoms of anxiety and depression. In our sessions we will work together to intertwine somatic and breathing techniques at your own pace.
There are many contributing factors that create who we are. One of the main theories is the impact of our relationship with our primary caregivers. Humans are born with a need for an emotional attachment to survive and this relationship shapes how we see, interact, behave, and can often show up in our adult relationships. Discovering the patterns and your interactions can bring light to why we fall for who we do and how we are motivated, move in our friend and romantic relationships