Center for Conscious Counseling – General Statement
We strive to achieve a sense of authentic happiness, fulfillment, and joy in all we do. We work with the intent of realizing our hopes and dreams. Yet sometimes, we find that beliefs we hold, thoughts we think, or the habits that come to govern our lives fail to bring us the outcomes we desire.
We can often find ourselves attempting to adapt to changing circumstances in which we feel overwhelmed. In this way we end up developing habits that are more about avoiding overwhelming circumstances than pursuing our dreams and desires.
Because these habits of thought and behavior are so widespread we often fail to recognize reasonable and powerful alternatives that are readily available.
Understanding how problematic thoughts and feelings can come to interfere with your goals is just one facet of finding a solution to challenges you face. Understanding how habits of thought and behavior function to support the successful outcomes you seek is another.
At the Center for Conscious Counseling, we seek to integrate the best of the great wisdom traditions of the world – psychology, spirituality, philosophy, and science – with conventional forms of psychotherapeutic intervention to aid you in bringing about successful, sustainable change.
We take an integrative and holistic approach to alleviating challenges and helping people connect with their true potential.
We work collaboratively with our clients identifying strengths and opportunities to realize ways of relating, thinking and working that result in sustainable changes and happier and more fulfilled lives.
Come and see what is possible for you in living the fulfilling life you desire.
Schedule an appointment with one of the counselors at the Center for Conscious Counseling today and begin creating the more fulfilling life you desire.
Education and Training:
I received my training through diverse experiences in a variety of settings starting at the University of Michigan with my Bachelor’s degree. I received both my masters degree and my doctorate from Argosy University, Chicago receiving my training in behavioral forms of treatment (i.e., Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment therapy at the University of Chicago. I am also a certified hypnotherapist.