Brainspotting Therapy Trauma, Anxiety and Depression severing entire state through online therapy in California
Education: I did my undergraduate at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and obtained my Masters in Counseling from California State University, Northridge (CSUN). I've worked in the field of community mental health for over 10 years.
Skills: My philosophy in therapy lies in integrating mind, body and spirit. My therapeutic approach is uniquely personalized and tailored to work for you and or your child. Pulling from a large variety of modalities and evidence-based models.
As a Licensed and Marriage Family Therapist for the past 10 years I have worked with many First-Generation Women that struggled with healing their childhood wounds, feeling guilty for pursuing their own lives away from their traditional cultural values and navigating their close relationships with little boundaries. These dynamics often led these women to experience anxiety and or depression.
I have created this fillable PDF format guided journal to aide with the healing process of childhood wounds, increase self-compassion and increase boundary setting. I recommend this guided journal to be used in conjunction to therapy to process unhealed trauma and create effective coping strategies that fit your unique needs. There are a total of 60 journal entries. Also available as a Hard cover on Amazon through this link https://a.co/d/gU57oYZ
In each journal entry you will have the opportunity to practice deep breathing (relaxation), reflect on things you are grateful, identify your highlight of the day and even have the option to describe your day in a drawing for those with an artistic side!
There are three sections:
1. Healing My Inner-Child 20 Journal Entries
2. Healing through Self-Compassion (letting go of the guilt and expectations) 20 Journal Entries
3. Healing through Setting Boundaries 20 Journal Entries
At the end of each section, you will have a self-created list of 20 commitments/ways to heal your childhood wounds, practice self-compassion and practice setting boundaries.