“Think about therapy as a series of opportunities to focus on you, and the topics that are important to you”
Clinical Psychologist & Psychotherapist
Every day is different for me as my practice is varied, and that is one of the things I love about my job. I get the opportunity to work with people in different environments and I am always looking for ways to bring psychological thinking to different spaces, difficulties and people.
Throughout the week I offer therapy, wellness coaching, supervision, reflective practice, and training.
I offer therapy to individuals and couples, and I also offer group therapy for men with compulsive/problematic sexual behaviors.
One thing I do every day is to make sure I take some time for myself to move. This includes working out, jump roping, yoga, and walking. As I spend a lot of time sitting down, being physically active is a great way for me to align my mind and body and manage my stress levels.
Think about therapy as a series of opportunities to focus on you, and the topics that are important to you.
The fact that I have the privilege (on a daily basis) of being able to listen to people’s stories and help them think differently about a variety of issues.
Mojo’s whole-person approach to sexual issues (a holistic, patient-centered approach which uses diverse resources to deliver emotional, physical, behavioral, and social wellbeing solutions).
I do not have one. They are all really good and it is hard to choose.
My guilty pleasure is Haribo sweets.