How to schedule an appointment?
How long does therapy last?
There is no set limit as to how long therapy will last. For some people, it may be that they need some support to overcome a small hiccup in life. For others, it may be that they need to overcome a traumatic event or are dealing with grief and loss. As your therapist, I am here to provide support as you work towards your long-term goals.
What questions should I ask when I call?
Check out this blog post on some questions that may be helpful for you to ask when scheduling your first appointment.
What kind of therapy approach do you use?
I enjoy utilizing a multitude of therapy approaches; such as, mindfulness-based psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and emotional-focused therapy. I also utilize solution-focused therapy when working with individuals and structural family therapy when working with families. Throughout our sessions, I utilize therapy techniques that I find fit best with your therapy goals.
What is a LMFT?
LMFT stands for Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. This means that I was trained in working with couples and families and have a deep understanding that things do not happen to people by themselves but that we are influenced by those around us.
What kind of experience do you have?
I have worked with individuals, couples, and families on the following issues:
- Adjustment to divorce
- Stress management
- Grief and loss
- Premarital counseling
- Marital/Relational distress
- Family conflict
- Coping skills