Coming into therapy can be an extremely difficult decision. As such, the respect and appreciation I have for the courage it takes to reach out for help and to allow yourself to be vulnerable in therapy is immeasurable. The responsibility that comes along with this as a psychotherapist is something I will never take lightly or lose sight of. Therefore, I am 100% committed to the work we undergo together and will always aspire to offer a treatment environment in which you feel comfortable, respected, and valued at all times by a competent and empathic professional.
Our work together will always be a collaborative effort. If you find that you are having trouble believing in yourself, know that I do, and that we will work to get you to the point where you do as well. I truly believe that every human being is capable of making positive, meaningful changes, even when it may be challenging to believe this initially—all it takes is a small amount of willingness and open-mindedness to build upon. The fact that you are even reading this right now shows that you have both of these already.
Whenever you feel ready, please do not hesitate to reach out to chat a bit about any questions you may have or just to see if we are the right fit.
We all hope for happiness, joy and success in our lives, but sometimes life has a way of undermining our plans. Whether it’s personal loss, struggling with depression, or reaching a crossroad in your life, sometimes it all feels too overwhelming to face alone. Though we live in a culture that encourages independence, I believe there is power in community, and strength in seeking support, for no one person has all the answers.
My approach to therapy is a collaborative process. Your path is unique to you, so when we begin our work I join you on your journey as we explore possibilities and develop solutions together. Your relationship with your therapist is central to the success of your treatment. If you are ready we can work together to make the changes toward a more fulfilling life.
196 Waterman Street, Providence, RI, 02906
118 Point Judith Road, Narragansett, RI, 02882
Online Sessions, RI
ME Psychotherapy is a group practice with offices in Narragansett and Providence, Rhode Island. The providers at ME Psychotherapy specialize in anxiety, stress management, maternal mental health, and life transitions. The providers at ME Psychotherapy are warm and engaging, and look forward to working with you.
I enjoy meeting and working with people and strive to provide a safe, comfortable place where clients can trust that they will be heard and respected. I individualize treatment to the needs of the client using whatever information and techniques are appropriate to the situation. Along with the client, I try to be an active participant in helping to develop and/or expand the repertoire of appropriate responses to life's various challenges.
For university students: Leaving home for the first time can be very difficult for some, especially if the physical distances are great and one is unable to go home for long periods of time. Having a safe, quiet space off campus to sort through thoughts and feelings is often helpful, and I strive to provide that in my practice.
I offer a safe and supportive environment for clients to examine and explore the challenges in their lives which have lead them to therapy. The goal of the therapeutic process is twofold: subjectively we seek an increased awareness of the underlying issues within the client's psyche and objectively we create a treatment plan to implement this self-knowledge into everyday action.
United Paths is a boutique clinical practice that provides services to children, teenagers (13-18), young adults/college students, adults, parents, couples, families, and older adults.
Clinicians at United Paths utilize a number of treatment options, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness practices, and more.
My clients and students value health, self-renewal and self-discovery, and believe that each of us plays an essential role in our healing. I use a meditative, gentle and brief method that: 1) Helps you discover patterns of thinking, feeling and action, 2) Makes emotions feel safe, uncovers core beliefs and images; 3) Utilizes the innate wisdom of the body; and 4) Opens new life choices. Most of my work is with individuals or couples suffering from stress, grief, depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, relationship difficulties, pain conditions, and sleeping and eating difficulties. I accept most health insurances.
Online Sessions, RI
816 Middle Road, East Greenwich, RI, 02818
My approach to outpatient private practice abides by clinical prescriptive guidelines set forth by FDA & DEA regulations, updated research findings, evidence-based data and anecdotal experience. My insight and therapeutic recommendations are geared toward providing clinically appropriate symptom control to enhance quality of life in combining medication management with healthy coping skills.
Do you have a therapist already but have been thinking about trying medications for ADHD, depression, anxiety, or panic disorder? I am a psychiatric NP who is board certified to treat patients from ages 5 y/o and up for all types of psychiatric conditions. I can help you find medications that work, and provide talk/supportive therapy as well.
I see therapy as a collaborative process, where both parties need to cooperate and work together in order to make it work. Together, we will identify specific short- and long-term goals, develop a treatment plan, and try out new approaches that will allow you to heal and grow. My goal is to support my clients in finding ways to live healthier, fuller and more meaningful lives.