Our feelings have many ways of telling us that our lives need attention. Sadness, anger, confusion, fatigue — these can be invitations to change.  The process can be simple but not easy. Sometimes it’s not even simple. But I invite you to a safe, respectful, supportive place where we can understand  what brought you here and can work together to attain your goals.   I often suggest mindfulness-based approaches to reduce anxiety, decrease stress, improve mood, and increase self-regulation skills. My work is grounded in meditation practices as well as in developmental psychology (especially attachment theory). As a therapist, I want to understand how you became who you are, and co-constructing an autobiography that includes your history with those closest often helps clarify what needs to be changed. But making needed changes generally involves mindful effort in the here-and-now.

 

CONTACT:  Phone: (231) 383-1872    

Email:  fwlphd@benziebehavioralhealth.net  

  Two young fish approached an older fish coming from the opposite direction. As they passed he asked, "Hi kids, how's the water?" They kept on going. A while later one of young fish asked the other, "What's water?"

 

Two young fish approached an older fish coming from the opposite direction. As they passed he asked, "Hi kids, how's the water?" They kept on going. A while later one of young fish asked the other, "What's water?"

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