Since 2011 I have worked with clients suffering from many different things, but a commonality I found amongst most was some sort of anxiety. This affects over 40 million people every year according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America in 2019. This is a huge amount of people who are suffering, so I took it upon myself to start learning techniques that can help learn the skills to cope.
I have taken several courses on learning and understanding the neuroscience of the brain. It became clear to me that our experiences and interpretation of these experiences affect our outlook on the future.
So how do we make these changes to decrease anxiety? I use an approach that combines Cognitive Behavior Theory and Solution Focused Theory to learn the skills to really challenge the anxious thoughts and apply ways to cope. I like to implement thought challenging, improve healthy thought patterns, draw on your strengths, and exposure yourself to anxiety provoking situations to gain experience to conquer your anxiety. I want you to learn the skills to survive each moment so you can enjoy life to its fullest.