Scientific evidence is supporting the connection between the mind and body in over all health and wellbeing. Research supports that balance occurs when we regulate our thoughts and emotions. I strive to bring fresh and innovative techniques to the therapeutic process by utilizing guided imagery, visualization, breathing techniques and deep relaxation.
As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I work with couples and individuals using applied behavioral analysis in conjunction with psychotherapy to assess each individuals behavioral style and motivations, teaching individuals and couples how to identify patterns of dysfunction and improve overall relationship quality and satisfaction through communication and active listening skills.
Behavioral research suggests that the most effective people are those who understand themselves. Through the process of behavioral analysis we can define how your individual behaviors and motivators blend together in order to increase self-awareness and the integration of healthy coping skills and improved overall functioning.