Do you feel anxious, overwhelmed and lacking motivation? Is it hard to get through day to day life? Life is hard and everyone needs help navigating life’s difficulties. We all have experiences that can make life harder. Mountainside Counseling offers hope and healing. Using research-based methods we empower teens, and adults to take charge of their lives and to take steps towards reaching their goals.
Our treatment focus is to help individuals heal, build healthy coping skills, and relationships and become aware of their inner strengths. We achieve this by providing a safe space, listening to your experiences, and customizing our therapy approach so it fits your needs.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have 4 years of experience. I'm passionate about providing my clients the best treatment for their specific needs. I am trained in EMDR therapy, and Accelerated Resolution Therapy and I have experience using CBT, DBT, and Client Centered Therapy. I work with Teens and Adults.
I believe a positive self-perception, resilience, and healthy relationships are key to creating positive meaningful change in the lives of my clients.
The primary goal for people who have experienced trauma, their families, and their care providers is recovery. Recovery may not necessarily mean complete freedom from post-traumatic effects, but the ability to live in the present without being overwhelmed with the thoughts and feelings from the past.
The way you manage stress and anxiety can have a deep effect on yourself and those around you. You might need help navigating new stressors during this season of life. An expert can help you sharpen your ability to cope with the demands of work and other responsibilities so you can enjoy life every single day.
EMDR is a somatic therapy technique that can be used to treat a variety of mental health issues. It reduces symptoms of PTSD, anxiety and depression. It increases your emotional regulation, while decreasing the emotional distress to triggers. It improves self-perception, and works faster than traditional talk therapy.