Whether it’s in your career, relationships, or solitude we all have the means to unlock our desired feeling in these spaces. My goal is to help you do it. I hope we can create an environment to give you the tools to rethink your negative thoughts, explore emotions, and set goals through the process of mindfulness. I believe collaboration is the most important part of therapy. Therapy should be individualized for you, considering all parts of one’s identity and individual needs. Our diversity is what makes us truly special and we deserve a place where that can be seen, so why not start in therapy?
Creating a safe and nurturing space where you can explore your inner world and gain valuable tools to challenge negative thoughts, navigate emotions, and set meaningful goals through the practice of mindfulness is my foremost goal. Collaboration is at the heart of my therapeutic approach, recognizing the powerful impact of working together in the therapeutic journey.
I believe therapy should be tailored to each individual, embracing all aspects of one’s identity and unique needs. Embracing diversity is central to my practice, cherishing the individuality that makes us truly special. I believe that therapy should be a space where your uniqueness is celebrated and appreciated.
My approach is a combination of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), I believe this combination allows us to be fluid in our treatment of our specific needs and experiences. Through CBT, we learn to identify and challenge unhelpful thought patterns, while ACT introduces mindfulness and acceptance practices to cultivate self-compassion and a deeper understanding of your emotions. With these practices, I hope to give a sense of balance, understanding, and direction back to you.
Rylie is pursuing his Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Before this Rylie worked in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with children on the spectrum. This taught him the importance of individual treatment. Progress looks different in all of us we can’t measure it based on others. With this understanding, Rylie hopes to be a part of your progress to self-improvement at your pace.
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