I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) that brings mindfulness to sessions with clients as a way to center the session. Also I incorporate Cognitive Behavior therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and collaborative therapeutic approaches in my work. My role is to support you as you work through what may have brought you to seeking help in the first place. Whether this is your first time seeking help or you have accessed support before there are always places to grow and learn. Areas you may wish to focus on could include relationships, career, family, friends, triggers, boundaries, anxiety, depression, etc. I see my role as being a non-judgmental in your journey though improved mental well-being.
Additional areas of focus: LGBT, Relationship issues, Trauma and abuse, Eating disorders, Parenting issues, Career difficulties, Bipolar disorder, Coping with life changes
Clinical approaches: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy
MN LICSW 19493
Julie listens foremost to anything and is there to guide you through situations, and help you prepare for them in the future. This can be a hard thing when all you want is answers or a placebo effect, but if you put the time and effort in you WILL see results.
Written on Mar 24, 2020 after therapy with Julie for 2 months on issues concerning depression, stress, anxiety, sleeping disorders, self esteem, anger management, career difficulties, and coaching
Julie has helped me a great deal and further I love BetterHelp as a company. I think they offer a great service for people who can't see a therapist in the traditional way.
Written on Mar 08, 2020 after therapy with Julie for 4 months
I feel Julie listens and understands the limitations with online therapy and does everything she can make it work. She is easy to talk to and is can change what method or what should work with.
Written on Jan 23, 2020 after therapy with Julie for 2 months on issues concerning stress, anxiety, and bipolar disorder