We come from a holistic approach to therapy. We firmly believe that we are designed as one body with many working parts that are all intertwined working together systematically to achieve overall health and well being. How we care for ourselves matters. Our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health are not separate entities working independently of one another. If we are having difficulty in one area, it will impact us as a whole. In addition to looking at the whole person, I primarily adhere to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which is a fancy way to explain that how we think, impacts our behaviors, and those behaviors impact our outcomes. The only thing you have control over is yourself, and only you can change you, and that begins with how you think. There are things that happen to us in our lives that impact us, and influence negative and unhelpful beliefs that we may have about ourselves, but we have the opportunity to redirect our thinking on such matters, and cognitive behavioral therapy is an evidence based theory to aid in this process.