Mental Health Care Specialists
THERAPY TAILORED TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS
At Houston Therapy, our goal is to help people live more meaningful and satisfying lives.
We provide individualized, effective, psychological care for the greater Houston area.
Overall, we view mental health and well-being from an integrative perspective. People are best understood, and change is best maintained by taking into account all aspects of a person including physical health, genetic influences, cultural identities, and past experiences. We implement effective psychotherapy methods to instill self-understanding among patients and encourage them to adopt new attitudes and feelings towards life situations. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, we offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of our client's individual needs to help attain the personal growth they’re striving for.
Life can be complicated, but we are here to guide you through any obstacles you may face.
If you're looking for extra support and guidance through a challenging situation or you're just ready to move in a new direction in your life, we look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
As a neuropsychologist, my approach to therapy is based on an empathic connection with clients and involves a holistic approach that integrates client’s unique backgrounds, family dynamics, strengths, and interests combined with a comprehensive understanding of brain functioning.
I draw from 17 years of experience in various mental health settings provide a collaborative treatment approach with unique brain-based interventions. I work with patients to identify recurring themes and patterns of thoughts, feelings, self-concept, relationships and life experiences with an emphasis on how past experiences contribute to recurring patterns of behavior and relationships. I also integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client.
"Type A" Professionals
ADHD / Executive Dysfunction
Anxiety, fear, terror, panic, nervousness. There are a lot of different names for this emotional system but at the root of it, they are all talking about the same thing. Anxiety is a basic human emotion. It is fundamental to our survival. However, too much anxiety, or anxiety not in proper portion to a given situation, can be troubling.
Depending on the severity, depression can be extremely debilitating to an individual and their loved ones. We have helped many people recover from depression through counseling and return to their “old selves” with more insight about themselves and a greater clarity about the path forward
Trauma can happen to anyone at any time. Whether a trauma occurs in childhood or late adulthood, the effects on our mental health tend to be similar. Unlike most mental health issues, post-traumatic stress disorder is caused by something that happened “to” us. Suffering from the effects of trauma does not mean we are weak. Rather, it means that we are human.
Trauma and PTSD
Whether you are a self-employed entrepreneur, work for a Fortune 500 company, or are employed by a passionate non-profit, being a professional in today’s business world can have some unique challenges.
We are passionate about helping emerging and more seasoned professionals navigate through pitfalls on the road to success.
Many couples seek relationship counseling when there is a specific problem, or when it feels like things just aren’t working as easily as they should. Perhaps a couple needs to learn better conflict resolution or skills, increase trust, or restore intimacy. Regardless of your specific issues, our therapists can likely help you deepen your relationship and provide you with the tools you need to continue to face future obstacles together.
Adolescence can be tough. Teens have to navigate through many exciting and stressful situations. Teens are also rapidly leaning new things are developing a sense of self based on their opinions, values, emotions, and actions. Many teens have a strong desire for independence and autonomy. This can strain relationships with parents and lead to “acting out.” Ultimately resulting in a feeling of isolation and being misunderstood.