My initial interest in psychotherapy started early on in high school when I discovered the world of psychology. Fast-forward a few years and I was picking cognitive behavioral therapy as my major at university. I find that psychotherapy has such a profound and positive impact on the psyche of any individual.
In my work, I like to place emphasis on self-reliance and self-discovery, meaning that I prefer to take the role of a facilitator or a mentor, rather than being the one with the answers. My methodology follows the current research in the field overall, and I take care of keeping on top of all new developments in the field.
In behavior therapy, the main focus is on learning's role in developing both normal and abnormal behaviors.
In psychoanalysis, we focus on changing problematic behaviors by understanding the unconscious meanings and motivations behind them.
In cognitive therapy, the focus is on what people think rather than what they do.
In humanistic therapy, the main focus is on a person's capacity to make rational choices and develop.
Trying my best to learn
Bachelor's degree in Psychology
New York University
Master's degree in Psychology
NBCC board license, 2013, NYC
NBMTM board license, 2014, Washington DC
NCBTMB board license, 2014, NYC
St Jude's Hospital
Private psychology practice
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Therapy has really helped me overcome some past trauma I had been keeping under a lid for a long time. Now, I feel happier and more confident in my life, and feel like I can walk with my head held high.
Coming from a competitive sports background, the injury that ended up making me give up my career was a hard blow. With therapy, I was able to start building my identity around other things than just sport.