Traditional Mental Health TherapyjenniekeaneWP2023-11-28T23:06:37+00:00
Traditional Mental Health Therapy
Gain a better understanding of yourself, your thoughts, and your emotions through improved self-awareness. Learn valuable tools and techniques to manage stress, regulate emotions, and strengthen your relationships.
Drawing from several evidence-based therapeutic modalities, we use a combination of treatments customized to help you best:
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a central component of this practice, focusing on identifying and modifying unhelpful thoughts and behaviors that contribute to psychological distress. Positive psychology principles are also utilized to foster personal growth, resilience, and well-being. Attachment theory is employed to explore how early relationships shape one’s current patterns of relating and to enhance interpersonal dynamics.
Gottman theory, developed by renowned couples therapist John Gottman, is employed to assess and strengthen relationships by identifying relationship patterns, communication styles, and conflict resolution strategies.
Mindfullness techniques are integrated to cultivate present-moment awareness and self-compassion, promoting emotional regulation and stress reduction. Meditation, breathe work are incorporated. We also utilize ceremony as a ritual to help process or mark events in your life.
Philosophy and Motivational Theory are incorporated to help clients gain clarity about their values, purpose, and life direction. This might involve exploring existential questions, examining belief systems, and working towards meaningful goals.
The role of the life coach is not to tell you what to do, but to walk alongside you in the challenge you are working through. Our goal is help to identify the things in life that you want to accomplish and then to empower you to reach that goal.
Common Symptoms we Treat:
Loss of a loved one
Gain a better understanding of yourself, your thoughts, and your emotions through improved self-awareness and decision-making. Learn valuable tools and techniques to manage stress, regulate emotions, and navigate life’s challenges more effectively.
Working together with a counselor, couples can strengthen their relationship, learn to communicate better, and work through issues. Whether there are large looming concerns or you are looking for general ways to strengthen your relationship, counseling can provide tools you will need.
Counseling for Teens & Young Adults
Counseling at this prime developmental stage can be life changing to teens and young adults as they are transitioning into adulthood. Understanding how to process emotions, cognitive changes, and experiences are just a few of the benefits counseling can provide at this stage of life.