I'll help you "Flow": 1) accept natural mood changes 2) feel fully immersed in your experiences, and 3) connect breath, movement, and mind.
Clinical Psychologist in Philadelphia, PA
The Gottman Method is backed by 45+ years of research in assessing and treating couples. It is used to help couples strengthen their relationships by repairing past hurts and replacing negative conflict patterns with positive ones. I've helped many couples and individuals use these methods to salvage failing relationships and create new successful relationships. Find out more at https://www.gottman.com/
Psychodynamic therapy is aimed at making the unconscious conscious. Insight into how the past influences present behavior helps us change our unhealthy patterns. I aim to create a space where you can express and tolerate emotions, both negative and positive emotion. Especially important is learning to accept and embrace the natural ups and downs of our mood states. We may explore your past, including family upbringing, and relationships.
Therapy is unique in that it provides a place where you can observe and discuss a relationship as it develops. This is often uncommon in other relationships. Depending on who you are and where you are in your treatment, it can be very beneficial to learn how to understand your relationship patterns through real-time, objective feedback. I share my observations about our therapeutic relationship in order to help you learn to improve your personal and professional relationships.