I adopt a trauma informed, cultural-relational and queer affirmative approach that enables individuals to appreciate their individuality, develop a sense of agency, self-compassion and self-awareness.
Guided by a holistic approach to well-being, I strive to bring in an understanding of the nervous system and the mind-body connection to help clients create a sense of safety, develop an understanding of their emotions and build capacity to stay/tolerate their emotions. I believe that the body has its unique ways of communicating to us and there is immense wisdom in tapping into this communication. I, therefore incorporate mindfulness, somatic (body-based) and presence oriented (such as breathwork) practices to help clients stay resourced & resilient.
Given that we are social beings and derive meaning from relationships, I also try to understand the impact these relations have had on the client and the concerns they bring into the space. Processing the thoughts and emotions related to these dynamics, rather than judging them can be a important part of the process (based on client’s goals and concerns). I also view therapy as a space to unfold wounds stemming from systemic factors and adopt a social-justice framework in understanding each client’s narrative.
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