I’ll guide you on how to make peace with your thoughts, emotions, body & whole self in order to reach the height of your potential.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Orlando, FL
I will help you find a way to make peace with your body and to trust your body in a way that deemphasizes the focus you place on your body.
I will help you heal your relationship with food & body size and help you explore the underlying messages that contributed to & maintain the eating disorder.
I will help you explore the internal and external factors that drive obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors to help you break free of these and live a more grounded life.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies along with commitment and behavior-change strategies to increase psychological flexibility. Increased psychological flexibility helps you cope with life changes or life problems by helping you expand your outlook and choose behaviors in times of stress that align with your values.
Mindfulness-based therapy is an approach that uses both cognitive behavioral therapy methods & mindfulness meditative practices to help increase moment-by-moment awareness of what you’re experiencing, such as paying closer attention to your breathing, sensations in your body, inner-feelings & thoughts, and your reactions to specific situations. This helps you stay more grounded to make thoughtful behavioral choices versus reactive choices that may not align with the person you want to be.
IFS views the mind as made up of relatively distinct sub-personalities, each with its own unique viewpoint and qualities. Sub-personalities consist of wounded parts & parts that try to control & protect you from the pain of these wounded parts. IFS focuses on healing the wounded parts and restoring mental balance & harmony to better connect you with your core Self, a concept that describes the confident, compassionate, whole person that’s at the core of every individual.
I will help you release the grip anxiety has over your life through better understanding your triggers and developing more effective coping strategies.
Narrative therapy helps you see yourself as the author of your life in so many ways. It increases your ability to act and bring about the changes you want to see by helping you get clear on your individual skill sets and sense of purpose. It helps you identify your values and to see yourself and the actions available to you more clearly.