Group Therapy Adults - Depression, Relationships
Group Therapy - Adolescents, Being Different
Family Relationships & Conflict
Social Justice Issues
- Populations Served -
Teens, Adults, Families, Couples
I am not a one-size-fits-all therapist. My overall therapeutic orientation is called multi-modal because it does not rely on one form of treatment. Multimodal is based on the idea that humans are biological beings that think, feel, act, sense, imagine, and interact—and that psychological treatment should address each of these modalities.
Multimodal therapy asserts that each individual is affected in different ways and in different amounts by each dimension of personality, and should be treated accordingly for treatment to be successful.
Why Multimodal Provides the Best Fit for Clients
I learned that some clients may do well with a particular therapy (such as CBT, experiential, or ACT) while other clients may need another approach. Using multi-modal enables me to increase my effectiveness by considering the person as a whole, and delivering targeted treatment to address a particular area.
Furthermore, there are some treatment strategies that have been proven to be more effective in treating a particular condition than others, so I rely upon a variety of theoretical orientations and treatment protocols so that each client receives a treatment protocol that meets his/her particular need.