I see clients virutally and face to face 

Asking for help is a sign of strength

If you are looking for help with anxiety, fears, depression, loss, or grief, it takes courage to ask for help. Acknowledging you can’t do everything on your own, is the first step toward healing. The ways in which we cope in the world are  influenced by how we perceive the world. Asking for help, and getting a fresh perspective, is often the most profound step toward change. As you harness your strengths, you will be able to take on bigger challenges and achieve your goals.

As a practical and interactive therapist, my treatment approach is to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I help clients find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues.

I draw on a variety of styles and techniques to help each client. I work with each client to help them build on their strengths to achieve life goals. As a certified EMDR Therapist, I use the Adaptive Information Processing  (AIP) Model to inform treatment choices.  The AIP model proposes that trauma and gets stored and stuck in our brains and becomes the basis for our perceptions and behavior. I see therapy as a way to create new perceptions and adaptive associations which will facilitate healing.

To the ones that come that help show me what hurts in order to be healed. To the people who are on this healing journey with me that are not allowing me to stay small but are forcing growth that comes bursting forth to heal the wound that binds us together.

Sarah Blondin “Honoring Life” via Insight Timer