Individual therapy, Family therapy, Anxiety, Stress, Relationship Issues, Self-esteem, Breal-up, Body Image, Adjustment to life transitions, FamilyConflicts, Trauma
My approach to therapy primarily focuses on the connection between recurring thoughts and behaviors. The aim is to identify and change
faulty thought patterns with more positive and objective thoughts. However, I recognize that each client comes with a unique experience that
does not fit one box and approach to therapy. As a client-centered therapist, I adopt an eclectic approach to therapy that is firmly rooted in building rapport, unconditional positive regard, and establishing empathetic connections. I am a receptive and compassionate listener. I strive to foster a non-judgmental and safe space for clients to establish a positive alliance that best fits their needs and concerns. In addition to my clinical work, I am an avid yoga and meditation practitioner which allows me to incorporate mindfulness-based techniques and
tools in my work.
Human beings are one of the most evolved species which have been blessed with the power of thinking. However, sometimes it is our very thoughts that lead to distress. This further can have consequences on our actions and emotions. Negative thoughts would lead to negative actions and behaviors whereas positive thoughts would lead to positive actions and behaviors. This triangular way of thinking is where a lot of the solutions to our problems lie. Identifying thought patterns that cause us distress can allow us to take action and work towards a positive change.
I sincerely believe that each individual has the power to heal from the past, live in the present, and shape their future. Our lives are shaped by
the stories we tell ourselves and the key to living a fuller and wholesome life lives within ourselves. Sometimes stress, negative patterns of thinking, unhealthy behaviors, and poor coping mechanisms hamper growth and healing. Mental health is a journey and I am here to walk this journey with you.