Tag: acceptance commitment therapy

Anxiety Isn’t the Problem

Yes, you read the title correctly and as a clinician specializing in anxiety issues, I know how backwards it feels to say that anxiety really isn’t the problem. But hear me (and science) out… If we are healthy (enough), functioning (enough) people we should be able to experience some anxiety in our lives. When we’re Read More

Are you with you or against you?

 …If you keep your heart open through everything, your pain can become your greatest ally in your life’s search for love and wisdom. Rumi When starting work with a client, I take part of our first session to summarize the methods & approaches to therapy I’ll use during our time together: internal and external family systems, motivational interviewing, acceptance Read More