The Role of a Therapist
The role of a therapist is to act as a guide in this process. By listening carefully and with compassion, the therapist is a witness to this process of self discovery and brings the added benefit of an objective perspective. By offering insights and alternatives to habitual patterns, a therapist can support the therapeutic process to be a safe and accepting experience.
Heather specializes in treating adolescents and adults who are experiencing life stress and conflict, as well as depression and anxiety. She also focuses on treating people struggling with eating disorders, and ADHD. Working from a psycho-spiritual perspective, Heather brings a holistic view and approaches treatment through encouraging awareness of mind, body, and spirit. Trained as a dance/movement therapist, with additional four years of training in energy healing, she incorporates exercises and techniques to engage the whole being.
Who May Want to Work With Me:
I enjoy working with both men and women, and have experience working with people suffering with symptoms of anxiety and depression, people struggling with unhealthy eating issues and body image problems, as well as chronic problems with focus, concentration, and distractibility. I see children and teens as well as adults, and treat families and couples also. I also welcome the opportunity to work with people who are interested in exploring and expanding their sense of creativity and expression or may be feeling creatively blocked.
Individual, family, and couples therapy. Sessions are 50 minutes. Some insurances accepted, please ask about yours when you schedule your appointment.