The focus of Creative Wellness Psychotherapy is less on removing problems, or seeing you as 'flawed', but more about adjusting the ways you see and feel about your self
TREATMENT METHODS FOR PROBLEMS IN LIFE:
An approach that combines different techniques from various therapeutic orientations depending on the needs
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
The use of talk therapy to look at thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to replace negative thoughts with more realistic, positive ones. This can lead to changes in behaviors and habits that are causing problems in everyday life
Client-Centered Humanistic Therapy
Using unconditional positive regard and encouragement to discover the potential for choosing better decisions that can lead to uncovering the true self
This is the practice of increasing awareness of internal thoughts, feelings, and emotions as well as external surroundings and situations and decreasing automatic responses of judgment and negative thoughts
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Mindfulness skills are used to increase awareness of negative thoughts and how to change the relationship to those thoughts by letting them go
Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT)
Emphasizes the importance of compassion to ourselves and others using mindfulness, our five senses to care for self, and forgiveness
A holistic intervention that can increase a sense of self and improve overall quality via spirituality and self-understanding using mindfulness, meditation, guided imagery, dream work, journaling, art, and music to emphasize positive influences
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)
A psycholytic method used to help work through various mental and emotional issues with the guidance of a psychotherapist
Alcohol and Drug Use
Grief and Loss
Anxiety, stress, depression, anger, fear, and grief are some of the most common and uncomfortable feelings we experience in our lives. Through counseling and treatment, I will help you move through this process to create a more satisfying and meaningful life.
Work Related Issues
How many ways have you tried to avoid unwanted psychological suffering? Did you try drinking, drugs, tell yourself to just get over it,
blame your parents, blame yourself?
Perhaps it's time to try something different.