I’m experienced in cognitive-behavioral therapy, accceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and Adlerian therapy, and often integrate techniques from other styles when it matches the needs of a client. In this way, clients can get therapy that is both evidence-based and customized, and they have a voice in their treatment. Every style of therapy has a set of values and a philosophy of life behind it, and that can also affect the treatment that we choose.
Neurofeedback is a customized type of brain-training using electroencephalogram (EEG) technology. It’s a bit more experimental than my usual styles of therapy. There’s a lot of evidence that it works for ADHD and anxiety disorders, and has also been effective for some people with depression and alcoholism. A map of your brain is taken using the EEG, and I develop a treatment protocol from that, targeting the most relevant parts of the brain based on your presenting problem. During sessions, while you watch a video or listen to music (which appears and disappears in response to how healthy your brain waves are at any given moment), I’m using the EEG to monitor it and adjust the level of challenge.
If you’re looking for a diagnosis, want help understanding why you think and feel the way you do, or insight into your personality, I can help. I’m also able to do cognitive testing to monitor or help identify dementia, and am happy to come to schools, clinics or community organizations to help set up screenings for depression or other mental illnesses.
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