A compassionate and nonjudgmental relationship between therapist and client is an essential ingredient for the healing process. We live in a busy world that does not always support our wellbeing. Our nervous system may be easily exhausted and burnt out from the demands of work, interactions between humans, and our own developed self talk. At this time more than ever, it is crucial that we return back to our bodies, to the present moment for reflection and relaxation in order to reset our nervous systems (and brains!).
I am inspired by the healing arts and an eclectic approach combining CBT, DBT, mind and body work including mindfulness, guided mediation and body tapping (EFT), along with art therapy. These combined interventions have the potential to restore balance and stability in the mind, body and energy systems. I believe there is an unique artist within every person. We are the creators of our lives and when we intentionally connect with our own creative process we benefit from increased problem solving , curiosity, self expression and imagination.
I encourage clients to honestly look within. I believe the obstacles in our lives are learning opportunities for growth and healing. With the power of awareness we shift into choosing what serves us, and observing what does not. I have experience working with adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, low self esteem, learning disabilities, anger issues, and difficulties with transition. Let’s work together to tailor a plan to meet your personal goals.
Insurance Accepted: Aetna, Harvard Pilgrim, Tufts