Therapy is the unique blend of scientific psychological research and the creative implementation of these findings in sessions. Change can be achieved by helping clients establish goals and work toward attaining those goals through reframing their lives and past/current experiences. The relationship between the therapist and the client is what allows room for growth and change. In my practice I place special emphasis on the therapeutic relationship and use this as the foundation of our work together. This professional relationship is one in which both parties have active roles and work in collaboration to highlight issues and work toward achieving desired outcomes.
People have different motivating factors that compel them to undertake the process of therapy. Some people may be in search of self-insight, coping skills, relief from anxious or depressive symptoms, or help with navigating relationships. Others may be in a more exploratory place and may not have a clear therapeutic goal in mind. Whenever you are in your process is okay and welcome! There are as many goals and motivating factors as there are clients.
If you have any questions, or concerns, or to book an appointment, please do not hesitate to reach out.