Depression and Anxiety
Going to therapy is like going to the gym for your mind, and I believe mental health is just as important as physical health. It is my life’s work to help you build mental strength and flexibility, so you can accept all the beautiful things that make you who you are. If you are tearful or cry for no reason, experience negative thinking a lot, or allow unhealthy habits to take over, your emotions are running you. I will help you gain the tools necessary to process these difficult challenges. By addressing issues of depression and/or anxiety, you can significantly transform the way you feel about your life, work, and relationships.
Together, we will explore the roots of what may be causing or contributing to your feelings of sadness, irritability, or fear.
In my practice, I work with individuals who are experiencing a myriad of life transitions, such as college students overwhelmed by university life, young adults coping with work and relationships pressures, pregnant women concerned about motherhood, new parents adjusting to life with an infant, and adults dealing with aging parents. Depending on your specific concerns, we will use several types of therapy to lessen the impact of depression and/or anxiety on your life:
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (understand how your thinking affects your life)
- Mind-Body Therapy (integrate healthy habits, exercise, nutrition, sleep, yoga, and meditation into your life)
- Life Skills Therapy (improve emotional regulation and interpersonal relationship skills)
- EMDR-Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (process painful grief, loss, or traumatic life events)