– Echart Tolle.
“The past has no power over the present moment.”
I work with adolescents, adults, and couples. I provide treatment and facilitate change in those who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and stressful life changes, as well as those experiencing relationship issues of all kinds.
I will help you better tap into the moments that bring joy and develop healthy coping skills to persevere during trying times. I will work with you to identify patterns in your thought processes and behavior which can be altered to drive positive long-lasting changes in your life. What does your life currently look like? What do you want your life to look like? How do you get from point A to point B?
I incorporate cognitive techniques such as challenging negative thought patterns and helping with problem solving and coping skills. I believe that working through difficult emotions and conflicts as they arise and developing a trusting, positive therapeutic relationship is what is most transformative and healing.
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I will help you identify and change negative behavioral patterns, including patterns in communication, relationships, and thought processes. Clients are able to achieve substantial gains in life as the patterns are identified, understood, and worked through in order to make big and small differences that make life more enjoyable and fulfilling.
My approach to working with clients will work toward creating a productive space to work on the issues that will increase the quality of a persons's life, which includes the relationship one has with others and oneself.
I will help you recognize that each moment in our lives is transient. I will work with you to develop coping skills that will allow you to not just the opportunity to survive in this changing world, but also to thrive. I will also help you develop strategies for focusing on, recognizing, and drawing on the positive and joyful moments in your life as much as possible.
I help clients reconnect with clarity of who they are and assist the whole person to move beyond perceived limitations.
I work to equip clients in strengthening the tools they have to navigate the world, as well learn new ones.
I am trained in mindfulness, cognitive behavior therapy, and solution-focused therapy.
I work from the perspective that therapy should always be tailored to meet client’s specific needs given that each individual is unique, even when they have similar concerns.
I place the utmost importance on the development of a positive, trust-based, objective-focused, therapeutic relationship with each and every client.
I will develop detailed case conceptualizations that will provide a coherent plan for focusing treatment interventions.
"Arielle helped me work through some tough stuff...."
"When I decided to go to therapy, I imagined those therapists in the movies or TV shows who either want to be overly involved in my life or are just trying to make me cry on their couch. Arielle isn’t either of those things. She truly cared about me and my success in therapy, but she was never pushy. She let me talk about stuff when I was ready. She was really understanding, didn’t make me feel like she was judging me the whole time I talked, and she gave me really good recommendations to start applying my therapy-world knowledge to my real-world life outside her office. Arielle helped me work through some tough stuff, and I’m so glad I did this."
"Our sessions have been a game changer...."
"My partner and I work with Arielle for relationship therapy, and our sessions have been a game changer. She offers us a different perspective on the arguments and tough situations we’re dealing with, so we can see things from each other’s perspectives and communicate better. I’ve already noticed I’m much less likely to jump to conclusions about my partner, and he’s communicating with me more openly. We were struggling, individually, through some difficult life stages, and by recognizing that, we can now be more supportive of each other. We’re not perfect, but I never thought our relationship would be this good."
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