I approach coaching, counseling, and psychotherapy as processes of self-discovery that are intended to lead to deep insight, focused clarity, and significant personal transformation.
In order to facilitate these dynamics, I integratively employ only the most POTENT, PROVEN, and PRUDENT theories and interventions that are contained within the established schools of applied psychology (i.e., Psychodynamic, Cognitive-Behavioral, Existential, Social, etc.).
I also remain open to theories and concepts from other fields of knowledge (Neuroscience, Medicine) and wisdom (Philosophy, Theology) in order to maintain a full and comprehensive view of the complexities of the human person and the multifarious situations and challenges we face.
Ultimately, my goal is to guide my Clients and Patients in living a “therapeutic lifestyle” via “affective/cognitive integration” so that they might come to experience integrated psychological health and well-being.
Additionally, I provide research, publication, and presentation regarding theoretical amalgamation, affective/cognitive integration, and psychospirituality in order to both advance the field of integrative psychology, and to also increase public awareness of its benefits.