Nina T. DavIs, LICSW
DEVELOP A MINDFULNESS MEDITATION PRACTICE - we live such busy lives, rushing from one thing to the next with long to-do lists and a set of never ending tasks to accomplish. This takes its toll on us, leaving us depleted, stressed, and unable to appreciate what’s right here, right now. Mindfulness improves well-being so you are less likely to get caught up in worries about the future or regrets about the past. Mindfulness improves physical health helping to relieve stress, improve sleep, and aid in the treatment of a variety of medical conditions. Mindfulness can also improve mental health, everything from depression to anxiety to eating disorders and substance abuse.
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As a results-oriented therapist, I integrate practical interventions along with insight and support in order to create change. My approach is eclectic, intuitive and collaborative, emphasizing your strengths, helping you find your own answers, and teaching you new skills for improved living. With a warm and easy-going style, I allow for a safe, confidential, and judgment-free therapy experience.
PSYCHOTHERAPY - or 'talk therapy' is a dynamic and collaborative process between client and therapist. I can help you address and resolve problematic and habitual behaviors, strongly held, but oftentimes, limiting beliefs about yourself and others, difficult feelings, and issues that are getting in the way of living more comfortably in the world. Developing insight into the impact of past experiences and family relationships can be a tremendously powerful change agent, helping people to explore new ways of being and acting in their lives. My work is informed by a variety of treatment approaches but is largely relational, psychodynamic and Internal Family Systems oriented.
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COACHING - In general, coaching tends to be results or solution oriented and future focused. I use coaching in a variety of ways. As your coach, I’ll help you define goals and develop strategies for achieving them. This might include navigating transitions in your life such as marriage, divorce, parenthood, career choices or work/life balance. Or to develop better habits around food, exercise, or general self-care.
NINA T. DAVIS, LICSw