Psychodynamics places significant emphasis on rediscovering our emotions, feelings, patterns of behavior, and their connections to our past experiences. By engaging in this process, we can recognize the root causes of emotional distress symptoms, such as anxiety and depression, within our personal history.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy takes a practical approach by highlighting the cause-and-effect relationship between our thoughts and actions. Learning to manage and balance our responses is crucial for developing self-regulation skills.
In modern psychology, Relationship Intelligence is a crucial aspect that I advocate for. Our relationships shape our human experience and determine our quality of life. Enhancing our ability to navigate our most important connections can improve our overall existence.
The ultimate objective of therapy is to achieve results by fostering resilience, which is essential for successfully managing our mental health.
Please note that therapy services are only available for individuals 25 years of age and older.