Hi! I work with individuals, young adults and couples. I tailor treatment to focus on your values and maximize on your existing strengths.
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in Katy, TX
Supervised by Melissa Barton MA, LPC-S
I am passionate about working with couples who are dating, engaged, marriage or anywhere in between. I aim to help you and you significant other improve communication, meet each other's needs, learn fair fighting skills, and acquire other techniques that will strengthen your relationship.
I have experience working with women in a variety of issues including self-esteem, body image issues, relationship issues, burn-out, stress and more.
I have experience working with individuals suffering from anxiety, anxiety attacks, and panic attacks. I introduce my clients to grounding techniques that significantly reduce anxiety. I have a background in creating treatment plans that teach clients a plethora of techniques and skills they can use in their everyday life to reduce anxiety, stress and burn-out.
I enjoy introducing my clients to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a clinically proven effective approach to treating many mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. With the help of CBT, we will identify problem patterns in your life and link them to your thoughts and behaviors. I utilize CBT with my clients to help them gain the insight they need to improve their life and well-being.
I am passionate about building off of my clients' existing strengths. I believe that within all of us we have the answers to find the solutions we need in our lives. My job is to help you identify those strengths. With Solution Focused Therapy, we will pinpoint specific problems and come up with a plan to tackle them.
Using unconditional positive regard, I aim to create a space in which clients can speak freely and without judgment. By using Person-Centered therapy, you can be assured that you are in a safe place with someone who genuinely cares about your wellbeing. "The good life is a process, not a state of being, it is a direction, not a destination," - Carl Rogers