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PSYCHOLOGIST (GA) PSY004097
LICENSED PROFESSIONAL COUNSELOR (GA) LPC010762
PSYCHOLOGIST (NC) PP4956
Personally and professionally, I strive to create a safe, warm, and inviting place for clients where they can be who they are and feel empowered to set and achieve their goals. Many times in our lives, we know what we need to do to help ourselves but have a hard time accessing the internal wisdom which gets quieted by the daily stressors, or situational distress, unsupportive/toxic environments or significant negative events in life.
As a therapist, I incorporate Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, Mindfulness and Acceptance based principles in my counseling /treatment approach. I believe in principles and actions of compassion, gratitude, and kindness. I am trained in REBT, CBT, ACT, and solution-focused approaches.
My counseling style can be summarized as compassionately engaging in meaningful goal focused therapeutic conversations, utilizing/teaching activities incorporating mind and body (e.g. meditation and relaxation), homework (to practice skills learned), and collaborating with other health professionals to work holistically and competently in order to have a comprehensive approach to treatment.
My overall goal is to empower and sometimes challenge you as a whole to tap into your inner wisdom, strengths and resources to gain the confidence and skills needed to overcome life's challenges and get un-stuck from dysfunctional life patterns that contribute to presenting issues.
I strive for: in, Maya Angelou's words: "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
COLLEGE STUDENTS, ADULTS; ELDERLY
ENAYA COUNSELING & CONSULTING LLC
5755 N. POINT PKWY SUITE #79
ALPHARETTA, GA 30022
- MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
- In-person individual therapy
- Online counseling/Telehealth— video and phone
- CAREER COUNSELING including psychological assessments
- ASSESSMENTS and EVALUATIONS: career, chronic pain, diagnostic, personality, immigration/hardship, domestic violence
- CLINICAL SUPERVISION for counseling trainees/early career therapists
Anxiety, trauma, ptsd, depression, bipolar, coping skills, stress management, adhd, career issues, domestic violence, transitions, grief, self-esteem, relationships, loss, divorce, acculturative stress, college student issues,parenting stress
Groups: offered periodically on
ENGLISH, URDU, HINDI, PUNJABI
Insurances Accepted: YES
AETNA, ANTHEM BCBS, CIGNA, CARESOURCE, MEDICAID, MEDICARE, TRICARE, WELLCARE
OUT OF NETWORK
Sliding Scale: Yes