IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AVAILABLE. I am a master's degree student in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Antioch University of New England who is interning at the Berryman Professional Building with Darlene C. Berryman, LICSW, LLC. I am training in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) as well as employing elements of narrative and structural approaches to my practice. I can incorporate mindfulness exercises as well as existential and psycho-spiritual themes for those who are interested. These methods are useful as the problems that bring people to seek out psychotherapy often impinge on questions of meaning and purpose. I see my role as a compassionate, non-judgmental listener who honors the autonomy and personhood of my clients. This is done while offering insights, suggestions, and reflective activities between sessions.
I have lived in a variety of places among different social and demographic groups throughout my life. I feel comfortable and competent working with a wide range of people with regard to ways of life, world views, goals, and struggles. No client needs to feel hesitant about sharing his or her thoughts and stories.