Licensed Professional Counselor
Have you been feeling down, lonely, or tired lately? Have you tried talking to your friends and family and felt that the symptoms would briefly disappear and soon return? Maybe you have noticed that you continue to get in relationships with similar outcomes but are unsure of the reason behind this pattern. Your current emotional and mental state has affected your day-to-day activities to the point that you and others are noticing the change. The feelings you are experiencing are real, and the research you are doing now tells me that you are considering or have decided to make a change.
To begin, continue, or even complete day-to-day responsibilities, socialize with others, understand the reasons behind your emotions, and have a good night’s rest seems so far removed that you do not see this as your future. However, it is possible! Therapy will assist you with understanding the patterns of your behaviors and negative thoughts that inhibit you. I will work with you on developing coping strategies to decrease negative symptoms. The treatment modalities I use are eclectic as I believe one model does not necessarily work for each client; therefore, my interventions are person-centered and tailored to your individual needs.
If you want assistance understanding the meaning behind your feelings, thoughts, or behaviors you are experiencing, I am here to help you. Together, we will get to the core of the problems that negatively impact your life. Regaining control and not being held captive to negative thoughts is influential in living your life to the fullest. I invite you to challenge your thoughts that are contributing to your problems so that you can create the best version of yourself.
I received my Bachelors of Science from the University of Connecticut in Human Development and Family Relations. I received my Master of Arts from the University of New Haven in Community Psychology with a concentration in Clinical Services. I am licensed in Connecticut as a Professional Counselor (#003077).
“What you're thinking is what you're becoming.”