Miesha's style of therapy is rooted in empathy, compassion, and non-judgment. She strives to create a safe and supportive environment where you can feel comfortable exploring your thoughts and feelings and develop the skills that align with your values and the life you want to live. This includes an integrative approach of cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, humanistic and person-centered therapies.
Miesha believes that with focus on being compassionate with ourselves we can allow for the opportunity to be open and honest about the impact of our life experiences and show up authentically so that we can be fully seen and heard. Building a collaborative relationship and operating from a place of curiosity over judgement can foster a sense of safety as we work to help you feel more equipped to handle life's challenges whether that is trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions or relationship issues.
Miesha believes in creating an environment that is both encouraging and challenging in order for you to become a better version of yourself. At times this work may be difficult and uncomfortable and other times it can be liberating and rewarding. A balance of these two states (and all those in between) makes great soil for personal growth!
Anxiety, Depression, Grief, LGBTQ+, Life Transitions, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Trauma and PTSD with Adults.