Health is more than the absence of disease – it is the presence of positive patterns of successfully interacting with the world, managing distress and challenges and moving towards our goals.
That’s why my health psychology services focus on understanding the whole person, from cognitive, behavioral and physiological approaches. Together, we can address what may be happening in both the mind and body, to bring them into alignment toward a greater quality of life.
In practice, health psychology takes many forms based on the client and the condition. Every treatment plan is unique, drawing from evidence-based approaches, my clinical expertise and my client’s experience. Here are some examples:
There is strong research and clinical evidence that non-medical treatment provides measurable improvement for several conditions. Here is a partial list:
The goal of any treatment is to elevate your quality of life, whether you are experiencing moderate problems or facing a serious diagnosis. By bringing together cognitive, behavioral, emotional and physiological approaches, we can work together toward health and well-being.