I have worker with many clients of various faiths. The Catholics Church was my initial benefactor in setting up my private practice in the 90's. This where cognitive therapy is effective is assisting the client concerns in contrast to the churches doctrine. Often the client is experiencing a disconnect with the values of their church doctrine. If the concern moves more for pastoral counseling then this is recommended to speak with their clergy. This does not mean the client get terminated from counseling but ask their religious questions to the clergy and then present the outcome in counseling. This was very effective with all of my clients of the various faiths.
- Stress, Anxiety
- Relationship issues
- Family conflicts
Trauma and abuse , Grief , Intimacy-related issues , Parenting issues , Anger management , Self esteem , Career difficulties , Bipolar disorder , Coping with life changes , Coaching , Compassion fatigue , Codependency , Dependent Personality , Divorce and Separation , Domestic Violence , Drug and Alcohol Addiction , Military and Veterans Issues Read more...
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emotionally-Focused Therapy (EFT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Mindfulness Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy
LCSW #LCS 19955 (Expires: 2022-08-30)
He does a great job of listening and giving suggestions that are practical and helpful.