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Abby is an individual and relationship therapist, who specializes in anxiety, depression, academic struggles, trauma, and OCD. She also has experience with relationship struggles, communication skills, navigating life transitions, first responders, self-esteem, self-worth, identity development, goal development, and increasing capability.
Abby enjoys working with young adults, college students, and older adults who are struggling with life transitions, processing past trauma, and navigating change. Abby believes that every individual is capable of achieving their goals, dreams, and living the life they desire, sometimes you just need some help to get started and to navigate obstacles, self-doubt, and fear of change. Abby believes that in order to create positive change in someone’s life, change must first occur within themselves, which usually involves accepting and loving themselves for who they are as well as working to become the best version of themselves.
Abby has a passion for helping clients to see the best in themselves and in others around them to better enrich their lives and motivate them to pursue their goals for their future. She believes that every person is worthy of love, acceptance, and understanding and feels that it is her vocation in life to help every client to feel accepted and understood.
Abby takes an integrative approach with therapy, combining multiple evidence based practices to help you to develop your adult identity, build self-esteem and self worth, manage and cope with anxiety and depression, process trauma and to navigate obstacles to build the life and future that you desire.
Specialties & Clinical Interests
- Body Image
- Divorce & Separation
- Family Conflict
- Gender Identity
- Grief & Loss
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Pre-Marital & Marital Issues
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)