Are you ready to discover a new you? I believe that if you want to improve your life and move forward, it is important to learn new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. Successfully managing your daily life requires an awareness of the patterns holding you back.  Learning how to sift and sort through long-held beliefs can be successful when done with clear goals and strategies in place. Finding clarity within life’s struggles is a gradual process and finding happiness, and a sense of well-being in life begins with the ability to manage emotional states effectively.

Reinventing yourself involves addressing important aspects of your health that are affecting how both your mind and body are functioning. As a licensed mental health therapist and clinical psychophysiologist, I combine my expertise for how to address behavioral change along with an understanding of psychophysiological functioning to produce simultaneous changes to the mind and body.  One of the ways I do this is to help my clients understand how their brain is functioning and how that correlates with their symptoms with the use of a brain map known as a qEEG. Following a brain map, I can help clients overcome dysregulation in the brain with the use of  Neurofeedback and show them how their body is responding to their thoughts/beliefs with the use of Biofeedback. I also use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT and other evidenced based treatments) to help clients further understand how their thoughts affect the way they feel and how they react as a result. Many people believe that how they feel is who they are. For example, you might say to yourself, “I am just an anxious person,” or “I have never been comfortable being around other people,” or “This is just the way I am.” Although this is the way you may FEEL,  it does not have to define you or be your only reality.  When you begin to challenge your current beliefs, you will discover that reality can take on new meaning and that you have the potential to be who you want to be, not who you identify with as a result of your past experiences.

Neuroscience has shown that we can indeed rewire our brains. This rewiring allows for ingrained patterns to be unlearned and new connections to be formed, a process known as neurogenesis. What this means is that the brain is malleable. We can change our brain, and when we do it can lead to a healthier version of you.

For therapy to be effective, it is important to take an active role in the process.  It can be difficult and take time to unlearn old patterns, but as my client, we will strategize how to get you from where you are now to where you want to be, as quickly as possible.  I look forward to getting started and helping you discover a newer version of yourself.


Send a Message