Individual counseling is suitable for:

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  • Working through challenges, obstacles, difficult situations, unexpected life events
  • Figuring out goals (short term and long term)
  • Learning new skills to increase well-being, such as:
    • Stress management skills
    • Anger management skills
    • Conflict management skills
    • Interpersonal skills
    • Relaxation techniques
    • Coping skills
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Homework, exercises, brainstorming, coaching, deep breathing, guided imagery, and yes, writing on a whiteboard with a client as part of therapy.  I also incorporate aspects of somatic (body) experiencing, existential, experiential and cognitive behavioral therapy with my clients. I am always open to different theoretical approaches to meet my clients’ needs. I take pride in providing my clients with a safe, judgement free zone to foster growth and change.

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