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Therapeutic Models

Set sail on a therapeutic voyage as vast and diverse as the ocean itself. My therapeutic approaches are like constellations guiding you through the complex seas of your inner world. Just as every ship needs different tools to navigate, I offer a spectrum of evidence-based practices—each a unique compass on your voyage. From cognitive and behavioral charts to humanistic shores of self-discovery, trauma-focused anchorages, and the interconnected islands of relationship therapy, I'll help you chart a course towards your own well-being, where every wave and wind is part of your extraordinary journey.

Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies

  • CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy): Focuses on identifying and challenging negative thought patterns and behaviors to promote positive change.

  • DBT (Dialectical-Behavior Therapy): Combines cognitive-behavioral techniques with mindfulness to help individuals regulate emotions and improve interpersonal relationships.

  • MBCT (Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy): Integrates mindfulness practices with CBT to prevent relapse in depression and anxiety.

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Humanistic and Person-Centered Approaches

  • Person-Centered Therapy: Emphasizes a non-directive, client-centered approach where individuals are encouraged to explore their own solutions and self-actualization.

  • Gestalt Therapy: Focuses on the present moment, emphasizing self-awareness and personal responsibility for one's experiences.

  • Schema Therapy: Addresses long-standing maladaptive patterns and core beliefs that underlie emotional issues.

  • Psychodynamic Therapy: Explores unconscious processes and unresolved conflicts, often focusing on childhood expe.riences.

  • Jungian Therapy: Based on the work of Carl Jung, it delves into the exploration of archetypes and the collective unconscious

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Trauma and Stress-Focused Approaches

  • Trauma-Focused CBT: Tailored for trauma survivors, it helps individuals process and heal from traumatic experiences.

  • Somatic Therapy: Integrates the body into therapy, recognizing the connection between bodily sensations and emotional experiences.

  • ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy): Promotes psychological flexibility by accepting thoughts and feelings while committing to values-based actions.

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Family, Systemic, and Relationship-Based Therapies:

  • Attachment-Based Therapy: Centers on understanding and addressing attachment patterns and their impact on relationships and emotional well-being.

  • Narrative Therapy: Focuses on reauthoring and reshaping life stories, allowing individuals to reinterpret their experiences

  • Interpersonal Therapy (IPT): Focuses on improving interpersonal relationships and addressing issues like depression.

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