I work with adults who are in the middle of major life transitions helping them to navigate some of the uncertainty.
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate in Tacoma, WA
Supervised by Heather Kunce 60646303
Our early attachments have an impact on our view of self and our relationships with others.
EFT focuses on noticing and changing how we emotionally connect in relationships, helping individuals and couples better grasp and express their feelings. This strengthens the emotional connection and makes relationships healthier.
IFS involves exploring the unique "parts” of the individual. This process can lead to enhanced self-awareness, better emotional control, and self acceptance. IFS is especially beneficial for people dealing with challenges such as low self-esteem, self-value, and self-acceptance issues, as well as those who have faced trauma or attachment-related issues.
Our early attachments have an impact on our view of self and our relationships with others. Exploring how our early attachments shaped our identity can help understand relationship patterns, improve one’s parenting, improve communication, and enhance self-awareness.