16 Princeton Street, Newport, RI, 02840
I know it can be difficult to reach out for support. It takes courage. Please know that I hold all my clients with deep respect and compassion. I believe you already have what you need to know inside of you. Together we will uncover your authentic self- free of the protections you have had to develop in order to survive. It is my honor to accompany people through a transformation from surviving life to truly thriving.
118 Point Judith Road, Narragansett, RI, 02882
Have you been wanting to take better care of yourself, set boundaries in relationships, and feel good about choices you make? Imagine a space where you can open up to a non biased and caring professional in a safe and judgement-free environment. ME Psychotherapy is that place. With a variety of caring professionals, we guarantee that you will be matched with a person who meets your needs and will guide you on a path towards wellness. Take the leap and put yourself first today.
569 Main Street, Warren, RI, 02885
My message to you is that change is possible! My mission is to help you reconnect with your passions and access inner joy and resilience. We will work with the delicate balance of self-acceptance and and moving outside the box and creating meaningful change in your life.
I take my direction from you and move at a pace that is comfortable for you. At the same time, I will give you guidance and recommendations based on my expertise. Together we will collaborate to help you reach your goals!
118 Point Judith Road, Narragansett, RI, 02882
ME Psychotherapy is a group practice with offices in Narragansett and Providence, Rhode Island. The providers at ME Psychotherapy specialize in anxiety, stress management, maternal mental health, and life transitions. The providers at ME Psychotherapy are warm and engaging, and look forward to working with you.
495 Hope Street, Bristol, RI, 02809
Sometimes all you need is a place that you can just be honest and authentic about what is really happening for you. Sometimes you need a person who will listen with empathy and respond in a non-judging manner. Reaching out can be the hardest step in this process. I hope that we will work together to better understand the areas in your life that are causing stress and help to find ways for you to feel grounded and in control of your emotions and stressors. My clients appreciate the honest feedback they receive from me and often find that they leave my office well equipped to handle their stressors. Trans safe and knowledgeable.
20 Cutter Street, Jamestown, RI, 02835
Is your heart broken? Have you experienced a significant loss of any kind? Do you feel stuck in your grief, struggling to cope with change or confusing intense emotions? I can help you feel better. Grief is a natural and normal reaction to loss but few of us have been taught how to handle it. The emotions accompanying grief can be so scary and overwhelming. The good news is that you can heal and learn positive actions you can take to recover. I want to come along side of you and guide you through the process. I have successfully helped many others and I want to help you too.
16 Narragansett Avenue, Jamestown, RI, 02835
There are many ongoing benefits of mindfully managing sexual health. Mindful management is empowering and proactive by developing and practicing skills that identify what specifically promotes balance and health for each individual, as well as what leads to imbalance. It is an integrative approach that includes a holistic perspective of including body and mind in identifying and cultivating the development of an individual’s authentic sexual self. Practicing mindfulness-based basic tools, for use in accessing information, supports individuals to make informed decisions for more immediate course correction, that is advantageous for short and long-term contentment and well-being.
In therapy, we identify and follow an individual’s personal values and beliefs. We practice mindful exploration of the sexual self and individuals learn about skillful management of personal erotic energy. The experiencing, experimenting, and deepening understanding of one’s authentic sexual self is a conscious and self- respecting process that assesses for health, harm and safety. This process is starkly different from mindlessly and carelessly repeating past expressions of sexuality that might have had included some short-term pleasures, leading to longer-term adverse consequences. Examples of some ways that one’s sexuality can be negatively influenced include; operating from an arousal template that is informed by past trauma, acting out sexual behaviors that induce shame or create disconnection, engaging in sexual experiences that are in conflict with one’s values, or by acting out problematic or compulsive expressions of sexuality.