KRISTINA CODA, M.A.,R.P
Perhaps you feel anxious in social situations, are going through a separation or divorce, are dissatisfied with your relationship, or are feeling unfulfilled at work?
It may be that you are not getting along with a family member or co-worker, or have experienced trauma and loss in your life?
Do you struggle with depression or anxiety? Have you been feeling alone? Stressed?
Do you have difficulty expressing your anger or feel overwhelmingly angry often? Do you experience difficulty asserting yourself?
“Don't worry about the time you lose to despair. The time you will have afterwards has just doubled its value.”
~ Matt Haig
Client Centered Therapy
Client centered therapy means that the client's feedback and preferences are given priority. It's the belief in each client's own wisdom and ability to collaborate with the therapist for their own solutions, which contributes to effective and lasting change.
Client centered therapy aims to create and use a strong therapeutic relationship between the client and therapist which is instrumental in effecting useful, lasting, powerful and positive change.