Let's Help You Grow

When you walk through the door, you will be warmly welcomed and treated with respect. I understand that I will act as your co-pilot while you focus on growing and improving yourself. We will talk about the challenges that you are going through and collaborate on how to overcome them. I am here to walk alongside you while you are on your journey toward better health.

If you have felt lost or lack support, don't worry; I am your advocate and supporter. You will learn to help you make sense of what is happening and problem solve.
problem-solve.

Problem-solveThese struggles can be as a parent trying to help your child express their feelings or discover why they are so hyper and unable to focus at school and home. You might think they have ADHD and don't know where to start.

I am your partner in shaping your path to personal growth and healing. I currently work with kids, teens, and adults. My mission is to provide the highest level of support to help you meet your goals and overcome any struggles you face. 

Service Types

Individual  Counseling

ADHD Coaching

Assessments

Groups

Types of Client

  • Adults (18+) 
  • Kids (4-12)
  • Teens (14-19)

My Therapy Techniques and Approaches

Strength-Based Therapy

Strength-based therapy is a type of counseling that emphasizes your strengths rather than working on your weaknesses. This is used to help you build on your best qualities to have a more positive worldview.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a treatment method used to change thinking patterns to create healthier habits and unhelpful behavior. Therapists will collaborate with their clients to develop an understanding of the problems they face then create a treatment strategy.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy, which tries to identify negative thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes. DBT is utilized to treat suicidal and other self-destructive behaviors teaching patients coping skills and how to change unhealthy habits.

Motivational Interviewing Therapy

A motivational Interview or MI is a counseling approach to elicit motivation to create a positive change.

Perinatal mental health Provider

Providing counseling services, support, and guidance to those affected by depression, and anxiety during conception, pregnancy, childbirth postpartum. 

Life Transitions

Life transitions are moments in our lives that may generate many mixed emotions. There are several life events that may lead to you needing help adjusting to the changes. Some of these include:

-Reaching a significant age

-Marriage or Divorce

-Becoming a parent

-Starting or transitioning out of College

-Job changes

-Newly diagnosed with a chronic illness

-Empty nesting

-Retirement

-Mourning/Grief

-Migrating to a new country

-Moving to a new place

EMDR

What is EMDR therapy?

EMDR is a structured therapy that encourages the patient to focus briefly on the trauma memory while simultaneously experiencing bilateral stimulation (typically eye movements), which is associated with a reduction in the vividness and emotion associated with the trauma memories. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and PTSD symptoms. Ongoing research supports positive clinical outcomes showing EMDR therapy as a helpful treatment for disorders such as anxiety, depression, OCD, chronic pain, addictions, and other distressing life experiences (Maxfield, 2019). EMDR therapy has even been shown to be superior to Prozac in trauma treatment (Van der Kolk et al., 2007). Shapiro and Forrest (2016) share that more than 7 million people have been treated successfully by 110,000 therapists in 130 countries since 2016.

Hours: Monday-Thursday hours vary, please call to schedule an appointment

Contact: Healthy Minds Wellness Group, PLLC

Email: team@healthymindswellnessgroup.one

Phone: (813) 607-4289 or (813) 616-5228

 Fax: (813) 291-7529
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