People I Work With:
People who have tried to ‘box it all up’ but find that the ‘box is full’
Weighed down by events of the past, you have tried to move forward but feel held back from what you can achieve, at home and at work.
Drained of energy, feeling sad and angry, and worried, you struggle to focus and to find the motivation to accomplish the task at hand.
People whose feelings are out of control
Unable to ‘hold it in,’ you worry about becoming ‘emotional’ around people in your life, and view emotional displays as inappropriate or ‘private.
‘Snapping’ at others for doing things the ‘wrong’ way, you find yourself arguing with family, friends, and at times even coworkers.
Feeling down on yourself because you didn’t do something a certain way
People who feel boxed in and controlled by others’ expectations
Feel that there’s a gap between how you view the world and how ‘everyone else’ sees things?
In therapy with me you will:
Reflect on your life experiences in a calm, safe, supportive space
Gain a clearer understanding of your own values in life.
Explore what in your life has led you to where you are now.
Learn to manage and accept your feelings, the good, the bad, and the in-between, while supported by a trained, empathic individual.
Ready to begin our work together and start on the path toward the change you seek?
Write to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your first session.
Education and Professional Training
I earned my BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Psychology at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. And yes, the winters there are COLD.
In 2010, I enrolled in the Clinical Psychology program at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.
I trained in a variety of approaches to therapy, both psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral. My education both within and outside of the classroom included experiences in individual, couples, and family therapy, in English and Spanish. During my studies toward my Masters of Psychology and Doctorate of Psychology at Rutgers, I specialized in multicultural psychology.
Throughout my training, I paid attention and care to my clients' cultural and personal values.