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Sharon Stroup

LMFT

“As you think so shall you become.” – Bruce Lee

Relationships are a primary force in our lives; without healthy relationships our lives suffer. Because relationships are so important, the way we attach to others within those relationships, and creating healthy attachments, is extremely important. What I work toward is healthier relationships for my clients; relationship with self as well as relationships with others. In my work I use a variety of interventions, to include Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, and trauma-focused techniques. In working with couples I use a combination of techniques taken from Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Gottman Therapy. Every client is unique and therefore a unique approach to each client’s needs is developed, to include all of the above interventions. My goal is to provide clients the tools and skill sets to navigate through the difficult times.

Change comes from within. Sometimes we lose sight of the possibility of change. My work focuses on helping my client find that place within where positive change begins. We can’t change what has happened in the past, and at the same time we have absolute control over how we act in response to what has happened. In our work together we will learn to stop reacting and start acting in response to events of our lives.