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How I can Help:

As a clinical mental health counselor and clinical professional counseling intern, I provide specialized mental health services to individuals who are struggling with mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and spirituality. Through a combination of evidence-based therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based approaches, and supportive conversations, I can help you to identify triggers, develop healthy coping skills, process traumas, and explore your faith. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for you to explore your feelings, develop resilience, and discover your inner strength. My goal is to help you to manage and reduce symptoms, develop healthy coping strategies, and enhance your quality of life.

To manage symptoms of anxiety and depression and improve your mood, it is important to have a good understanding of the causes and triggers of your symptoms. Through evidence-based therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy and mindfulness-based approaches, you can identify and manage your symptoms. Additionally, with help from supportive conversations, you can process your experiences of trauma, work through grief and loss, and integrate your faith and beliefs into the therapeutic process. By increasing your resilience and improving your overall well-being, you can create a healthier, more balanced life.

Finding hope in life can be a difficult journey, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right mental health strategies and resources, you can find joy, peace, and resilience even in the most trying of times. Here are some tips and techniques that can help you on your journey to finding hope and improving your mental health. From cultivating self-care habits to seeking the support of mental health professionals, there are plenty of ways to improve your mental health and find greater meaning and purpose in life. With these tips, you can take the steps needed to lead a life full of hope, joy, and resilience.

  • Reach out for help if you are feeling overwhelmed or struggling with your mental health. There are mental health professionals who can provide support and guidance.

  • Practice self-care by engaging in activities that bring you joy, such as spending time outdoors, exercising, and creating art.

  • Take some time to reflect on what thoughts, behaviors, and habits are contributing to your mental state.

  • Find healthy outlets for your emotions and let yourself feel what you are feeling without judgment.

  • Connect with others who understand and can provide a listening ear.

  • Create a daily self-care routine that works for you and stick to it.

  • Surround yourself with positive influences and look for role models who have achieved good mental health.

  • Educate yourself on mental health topics and gain an understanding of how to manage your symptoms.

  • Give yourself grace and don’t be too hard on yourself.

  • Seek hope and remind yourself that things will get better.


My approach to therapy is grounded in evidence-based techniques and interventions that are tailored to your individual needs. I specialize in teaching mindfulness techniques, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques, and other strategies that can help you change the way you think and respond to situations that trigger your symptoms. Throughout this process, I provide compassionate support and guidance to help you process your feelings and gain a deeper understanding of your experiences.

I believe that therapy should be a collaborative and empowering process and strive to create an environment where you feel safe and respected. Together, we will set meaningful and achievable therapy goals and work through challenges to make positive changes in your life. With my help, you can develop the skills you need to find hope, joy, and resilience even in the most difficult of times.

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CBT Therapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT): CBT is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The goal of CBT is to help individuals identify and change negative or distorted thinking patterns, as well as problematic behaviors. CBT interventions include cognitive restructuring, which involves identifying and challenging negative thoughts, and behavioral techniques such as exposure therapy and relaxation techniques.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) interventions:

  • Cognitive restructuring

  • Exposure therapy

  • Relaxation techniques

Mindfullness-based Therapy

Mindfulness-based therapy: Mindfulness-based therapy is an approach that teaches individuals to focus their attention on the present moment, without judgment. It is based on the idea that by becoming more aware of our thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations, we can learn to respond to them in a more balanced and effective way. Mindfulness-based interventions include mindfulness meditation, body scan, and mindful movement.

Mindfulness-based therapy interventions:

  • Mindfulness meditation

  • Body scan

  • Mindful movement

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EFT Therapy

Emotion-focused therapy (EFT): EFT is a type of therapy that aims to help individuals understand and express their emotions in a healthy way. The goal is to help clients to identify and understand their emotions, to accept and validate them, and to learn how to regulate them. EFT interventions include identifying and expressing emotions, processing emotions, and learning how to regulate emotions.


Emotion-focused therapy (EFT) interventions:

  • Identifying and expressing emotions

  • Processing emotions

  • Learning how to regulate emotions

Humanistic Therapy

Humanistic therapy: Humanistic therapy is an approach that emphasizes the individual's unique experience and potential for growth. Humanistic interventions focus on self-awareness, self-acceptance, and personal responsibility. Humanistic interventions include client-centered therapy, gestalt therapy, and self-actualization therapy.

Humanistic therapy interventions:

  • Client-centered therapy

  • Gestalt therapy

  • Self-actualization therapy

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Family Therapy

Family therapy: Family therapy is an approach that focuses on the relationships between family members and how they interact with one another. Family therapy interventions include identifying and understanding family dynamics, communication skills, and problem-solving strategies.

Family therapy interventions:

  • Identifying and understanding family dynamics

  • Communication skills

  • Problem-solving strategies


Psychoanalysis: Psychoanalysis is an approach that focuses on the unconscious mind and how it affects behavior. Psychoanalysis interventions include free association, dream analysis, and transference analysis.


Psychoanalysis interventions:

  • Free association

  • Dream analysis

  • Transference analysis

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