Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for treatment of stress and anxiety
I am a highly-trained Cognitive Behavioural Therapist: if you are feeling stressed or anxious, I can help you learn about the roots of your anxiety and teach you how to view it in a way that makes sense to you. Together we can help you see your worries in a different way to feel less anxious, and discover the stress-management techniques that work best for you.
I also use Solution-Focused strategies to help you see a future where you feel better, to help you find strengths you may have lost sight of, and to find what has worked for you in the past that we can bring forward to help you address challenges you are facing today.
Relationships and social interaction
If you feel lonely, or uncomfortable with others in your relationships or social situations, I can help you feel more comfortable interacting with others, help you learn to express yourself effectively and assertively, and work with you to expand your social and support networks.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for treatment of low self-esteem
If your self-esteem is low and you’re feeling badly about yourself, life can be anxiety-provoking: it can be challenging to stand up for yourself, have realistic expectations for yourself and others, and make decisions that work best for you.
Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy I can help you learn about the roots of your self-image and teach you how to see yourself in a different light that takes into account both your strengths and challenges. Together we can help you feel better about yourself, interact with others more confidently, and learn to assert yourself so that you can draw healthy boundaries.
If you’re feeling pushed or unable to find balance between different areas of your life, I can help you learn to set boundaries and restructure your time so that you not only achieve what is most important to you, but also have some fun while you’re doing it!
Read more about my background in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).