Integrative psychotherapy, or mind-body psychotherapy, sees the mind and the body as one whole system and aims to help with stress management and to minimize the impact of negative emotions on the body.
The way we think can have a tremendous effect on our lives and can cause a variety of symptoms. Psychotherapy can help us to recognize and identify what causes our difficult emotions and patterns that keep us stuck. The integration of different approaches means that therapy can be tailored to meet a variety of needs and concerns. An integrative or holistic approach to psychotherapy can be particularly helpful for those who suffer from:
As a therapist, I believe that no single form of therapy is best and it is important to find what works for each individual. Therapy sessions with me include the combination of traditional talk therapy with other techniques, like meditation, EMDR, biofeedback, as well as cognitive behavioral therapy. I am also trained in cognitive behavioral therapy specifically for insomnia, which can be very helpful for problems sleeping.