When meeting one-on-one, I incorporate an “eclectic” or integrative approach. This means I use various methods to understand and help you with your concerns. The method is based on what would be most effective given your particular circumstance. This is usually determined by a combination of personal factors and research-suggested techniques. Therapy may include: gaining insight into your own thoughts and feelings, moving forward from past events, using relaxation or stress management skills, recognizing your strengths, and/or setting goals to improve your quality of life.
I have specialized training in assessing areas of cognitive functioning: evaluating strengths and weaknesses related to IQ, memory, and ADHD.