If you struggle to cope with anxiety, grief, or strife in relationships, I can help you navigate those feelings and offer a path forward.
Licensed Professional Counselor in Fort Worth, TX
I believe in investing in Marriage Counseling now, so you can enjoy a lifetime of fulfilling times together. The goal of Couples Therapy is to disarm conflicting verbal communication; increase intimacy, respect, and affection; remove barriers that create that "Stuck" feeling and work towards a goal of empathy and understanding to serve you better in your relationship.
This is a relatively new and revolutionary treatment for Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD and Substance abuse. We work with all the different parts of you, encouraging you to interact with these parts, in much the same way members of a family interact. The goal is to get to know the SELF and heal our injured parts so we can live with confidence, curiosity and compassion, instead of hatred or judgement of some parts.
CBT examines how our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected. CBT changes patterns of distorted thinking and unhelpful behaviors to improve mood, anxiety, and other psychological issues. Unlike many other types of therapy, CBT is more active and problem-solving oriented, collaborative, and shorter-term. CBT is considered the gold-standard treatment for many different disorders, such as anxiety problems, depression and OCD.
Are you struggling to survive after discovering your spouse has betrayed you, by stepping out of your marriage with infidelity, sexual addictions or porn. I specialize in leading the partner through the stages of betrayal trauma, (which usually fits the criteria for PTSD), then following through on working through your recovery, whether it is still with your spouse or not.
Definition of Anxiety is when: 1) it interferes with your ability to function 2)You often overreact when something triggers your emotions or 3) You can’t control your responses to situations. I can help you by teaching you to recognize thought patterns and behaviors that lead to troublesome feelings. You then work on changing them, discovering a new pathway towards healing.
Seeking therapy can be an empowering first step on the road back to YOU, by offering coping tools and new perspectives. And while each step you take may, at times, feel challenging, uncertain and scary, you will have someone right there with you listening and encouraging you. Daniel Freeman, Oxford University clinical psychologist concluded that women may be between 20% and 40% more likely to develop a mental illness than men, and “Women tend to view themselves more negatively than men.”