I have been a mental health therapist for 10 years in Iowa and Nebraska. I am very excited for the chance to work with you!
Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Omaha, NE
Most of my career has been spent working with children and adolescents. I have worked in various settings that have allowed me to work with teens on many different issues. Connecting with them looks very different than other clients because of where they are in life, and while it can be challenging, it can be rewarding for them as they are able to learn skills needed to help them in the present and the future.
Role playing can be used in so many ways. It can help us take ourselves out of our own mind and think about things from a different perspective and challenge our current way of thinking.
I utilize many techniques from many styles to best suit the needs of my clients. Having so many tools to use helps to think outside of the box and help understand my clients better as we are all different and therefore respond differently to therapy approaches.
Brainspotting is a powerful tool to use for people that need to take a different approach. It is a growing modality that has similarities to other techniques but not quite matching any of them completely. It can be used for a variety of issues and can be very effective as the power of the session is much more in your hands.
Brainspotting is a very powerful tool for therapy. It has many similarities to some other modalities yet still stands as it's own way of treating people. It can help treat others dealing with a variety of difficulties, and is a type of therapy that puts the session far more in your hands.
I have worked with individuals that have had varying degrees of anxiety in their life. The settings I have seen these clients has allowed me to develop ways to work with people in ways that will help them and not necessarily through a set method as we respond differently to various interventions.
The individuals I have worked with on depression has been consistent throughout my career. People experience depression differently from one another so taking an individualistic approach is very important.