In my work as a therapist, I’m committed to providing a safe and supportive space for my clients to explore their thoughts and feelings. In sessions, we’ll work together to identify patterns of thinking or behaving that may be causing distress and develop strategies for managing them.
My approach to therapy is very focused, and I draw from a range of evidence-based techniques to meet the unique needs of each client. These techniques include interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and brainspotting.
For example, if a client is struggling with automatic negative thoughts, we might use cognitive behavioral therapy techniques to help them identify and challenge those thoughts. Or, if a client is struggling with a difficult emotion, we might use brainspotting to help them process and release that emotion. If clients are having trouble communicating effectively with their loved ones, we might use interpersonal psychotherapy to examine the dynamics of their relationships and identify specific changes they can make to improve communication. This can help clients better understand their own emotional needs and find more effective ways to get those needs met within their relationships. By working through interpersonal disputes and learning new communication skills, clients can build more fulfilling and healthy relationships with their loved ones.
Regardless of the specific techniques we use, my goal is always to create a safe and supportive space where my clients feel heard and understood. Together, we’ll work to develop skills and strategies that will help you manage your emotions with confidence and navigate your circumstances more effectively.
Contact me today if you are ready to begin. If you’re looking for a therapist in Omaha, NE, I’m here to help. My office is centrally located, and I offer telehealth services to residents of Nebraska.
Areas of therapeutic focus:
- grief and loss
- processing birth trauma
- life altering medical diagnoses
- major life changes
Did you or someone you love recently become pregnant or give birth? Or have the years past but the birth or postpartum period still hurts? Learn more about my specific work with Perinatal Mental Health.