I have been in practice since 2002 using an integrative approach of traditional and holistic tools and methods. I specialize in relationships, trauma, and grief. My goal with every person I encounter is to support them with increasing their Emotional Intelligence (EQ).
I had one of my best experiences working as a therapist in an alternative prison program for women and their children. During that experience I came into my own, which included being a vigilante of sorts with accountability and growth. This lead to my Huffington Post blog: The Healing Vigilante. Now, I will continue blogging on this site.
Every therapist finds their own focus in the profession. Usually, it aligns with how they live their own lives. For me - it is twofold: Accountability and Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and I'm kind of a vigilante when it comes to both. The two continuously influence one another: when we are accountable, it increases our EQ. And when we increase our EQ, we are more accountable.
When a person is accountable for their emotions, actions, behaviors, and self-care - it can lead to success in all parts of life.When we are accountable - it gives our daily actions a deeper sense of purpose. It enables us to be more aware of our self and others - more resilient and humble, especially when change is needed. Accountability helps us to grow and opens us up for vulnerability and closeness - two things that create fulfillment in life.
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