Many clients report complicated or challenging relationships with food and with their body image. I am passionate about helping individuals overcome these challenges. During my graduate studies, I sought opportunities to work with clients who
Who we are
Compassion and science set us apart! When we study why therapy works, it is primarily because both client and therapist experience a spirit of collaboration and shared goals, while also feeling understood. But collaborative, compassionate therapy is not always enough. There are certain experiences, thoughts, emotions, and challenges that more efficiently and effectively respond to specific strategies. In those cases, the science of psychology offers us an abundance of options we can use to help.
Here at Guilford Psychological Services we use collaborative compassion to help anyone from children to adults, as well as couples. Our therapists are trained in empirically supported approaches such as DBT, mindfulness, CBT, as well as trauma focused therapies.