I have several years of experience working in different settings with
both the child and adult populations; but, I love working with adult clients, especially professional women and college students.
The solution-focused approach doesn’t require an intense look at the client’s childhood and is not as concerned with how the client’s past has influenced the present. Instead, it focuses on the client’s present while working towards a future in which the client’s current problems have less of an impact on daily life and well-being.
The cognitive-behavioral approach processes and challenges negative thought patterns and negative behaviors; improves how the client emotionally copes with triggering situations and facilitates the development of personal coping strategies that help to solve the client’s current problems.
The interpersonal approach aims to improve the quality of a client’s interpersonal relationships and social functioning to help reduce one's distress.