Adolescence is one of the most challenging phases of life. Academic and social pressure, hormone changes, dating and sexuality emerging can make this phase very confusing for the child. I establish a connection that feels natural to them. I utilize therapeutic models incorporate music, sports, arts, movies, and other client specifics interests help to create an environment for them to feel safe, to progress to heal and grow.
If you have lost your connection and do not know how you got to where you are, if you want to gain skills to stop destructive patterns, if you want to stop building resentment and frustration, feel supported and valued by each other, deepen intimacy have more fun and have better sex, help is here.
If your Eating Disorder feels like it’s all you know, if it’s like your best friend, almost like part of your body that it feels so familiar to you. It might be hard to imagine a life without your eating disorder. But, there is hope, you can find your true self that is away from this fight with food and body image. If you are suffering from anorexia, bulimia, binge and emotional eating you are at the right place.
This is a form of therapy aimed to benefiting culturally diverse individuals. It recognizes the importance of race, culture, beliefs, values, attitudes, religion and language in the life of the client. Caroline practices therapy in three different languages: English, Armenian, and Turkish.
Many people growing up hear tales of collective trauma and get imbued with inner turmoils that they did not live. Most people are unaware that emotions and experience from one generation can be and often are passed on to the next generation. Unknowingly, they may be carrying the psychological scars and baggage of previous generations, unable to heal until they can recognize the source. Trauma is carried and passed on in the psyche, the body and the DNA of the person. It is up to this generation to heal old wounds and break the trauma cycle.