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I will provide you with constructive feedback during our time together to facilitate your growth.

My approach is based on a collaborative model where we engage in mutual conversation. I believe you have a right to know what I think and why I think it. I am an active and straightforward therapist.  I am not one of those therapists who sits there silently, saying little more than "go on" or "that sounds hard." Too often, that is an expensive waste of time.

My years of training have equipped me with various skills and resourceful approaches to guide you through the therapeutic process.

For example, one skill is my ability to identify and point out to you self destructive and counterproductive patterns (often unconscious) that you may be repeating. Other skills that I offer are my use of constructive questions to build your self-awareness, and knowing when to be a bit firm and direct you into greater self-knowledge, and when to be more gentle instead.

Here's how it works: I view you as my partner in the therapeutic process. I provide you with  the above-mentioned skills. However, you come into therapy knowing about your life – your past and present experiences, and your thoughts and feelings. Eventually something wonderful happens. Over time, you learn how to govern your self-defeating patterns, instead of them governing you. You take back control and direction of your life. 

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