I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy (without all the “worksheets”) to help combat that inner critic that tells us that “we aren’t good enough.” A person-centered approach is an important part of therapy and that means listening, building trust, and understanding that everyone’s journey is unique.
I’m passionate about career development, whether it’s feeling “stuck” in your job or wanting to move to the next level. Having changed professions myself, I understand the importance of aligning personal values with career goals.
I also understand the effect that chronic pain has on our mental health, the exhaustion it causes getting through even the smallest tasks every day. I believe we have to look at our body as a whole, because our physical and mental health go hand in hand. Our bodies will let us know when we need to slow down and take time to rest.