Business Executives/Professionals, Public Safety Personnel, Healthcare Providers, Associate Clinicians/Students, People of Faith
Areas of Expertise
Theoretical Amalgamation, Affective/Cognitive Integration, Psychospirituality
Career Challenges, Stress/Anger Management, Relational Problems, Grief/Loss, Anxiety/Depression, Trauma Disorders, ADHD/OCD, Adjustment/Coping Situations, and Addictions/Phobias
Administrative Hours: T-F: 1:30 – 2:00pm
Session Hours: T-F: 2:00 – 7:30pm
Office Closed: Sa & Su
Regular Session: $90 per hour
Off Site Visit: $150 per hour
Telephone Consultations: Pro-rated by 15 minute segments
Integrative Psychology: An approach to psychology that is not limited to any one approach, school or orientation, but instead considers how varying theories might be synthesized, thereby enhancing the efficacy and effectiveness of psychological application.
Theoretical Amalgamation: The process of integrating various theoretical frameworks into a single comprehensive approach.
Affective Integration: A process through which one actively seeks to develop a deeper understanding of mood and emotion, works to heal psychological wounds, and evolves skills for engaging and experiencing feelings.
Cognitive Integration: A process through which one seeks to develop a deeper understanding of thought and perception, works to change negative repetitive patterns, and evolves skills for enhancing thinking and reasoning.
Psychospirituality: The integration of concepts from psychology and spirituality for the purpose of developing a more comprehensive understanding of the human person – body, mind, and Soul.