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CBT and
Relational Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides individuals with powerful tools for reducing symptoms and coping with emotions. My patient and I work together as a team to identify and solve problems, as well as increase understanding about distressing thoughts, feelings and behaviors. In contrast to other forms of treatment, CBT is present-focused, problem-solving oriented and generally short term.


Relational therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the patient's relationships and interactions with others, and to explore how these relationships affect their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The goal of relational therapy is to improve their communication and connection with others, and this form of therapy can be long-term. 

One of my greatest strengths as a therapist is to meet the person where they are at, develop an authentic bond, and use our relationship as a place to develop skills.

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