Medicare & Most Insurance Accepted - Serving Roswell, Cumming, Alpharetta & Milton
No two people are the same, and, therefore, I tailor your sessions to meet your specific needs as an individual. I help you understand the things that are holding you back with an approach aimed to help you recognize underlying problems, so you can fully realize your strengths and adjust certain behaviors and thoughts to see things a different, healthier way.
My practice specializes in treating Relationship Issues, Life Issues, and Depression, and through years of experience, I’m confident that no problem is too great to overcome. Through therapy, there is always a way to address the issues you face and learn coping strategies to help you both right now and in the future.
Solution Focused Therapy
Solution-focused brief therapy is based on solution-building rather than problem-solving. Although it acknowledges present problems and past causes, it predominantly explores an individual's current resources and future hopes - helping them to look forward and use their own strengths to achieve their goals.
As its name suggests, solution-focused brief therapy is considered a time-limited approach, however the technique is often incorporated into other long-term therapy types and effects can be long-lasting. The therapy has seven basic philosophies and assumptions. Read More...
EMDR is a form psychotherapy used to rid or reduce the severe distress that comes with traumatic experiences (PTSD.) The goal is to change the physiological reaction to a memory, thereby reducing or eliminating emotional stress. The EMDR approach uses multiple phases. Through a process called “resourcing”, under the guidance of the therapist, the client develops emotional “safe places” in their own mind, so that if the memory becomes too overwhelming, they can access these safe places for the purpose of bringing back them back to the here and now and reducing the emotional stress that they are experiencing while.Read More...
Grief & Depression
Grief is an intense feeling of sadness that can occur following loss. The most commonly recognized cause of grief is the death of a family member, friend, or acquaintance. Furthermore, however, grief can be triggered by any loss whether big or small. For instance, the loss of a pet, moving away from a childhood home, going through a divorce, or suffering a serious health injury, are all occurrences that can cause grief. There is no right or wrong way for an individual to experience grief and everyone will have to take their own unique road to recovery. The length of the process and how emotionally painful it is, will also differ somewhat based on the type of loss that has been experienced.