My goal is to create a safe place where you can talk about what’s most important to you. I am dedicated to helping you identify and explore all of your thoughts and feelings, at a pace that’s right for you.
I have been doing phototherapy for several years, and have introduced phototherapy to other therapists. The feedback from other therapists has been exceedingly positive. Some therapists have used my protocol almost verbatim, while some therapists modify my protocol to fit their style.
A primary value of phototherapy is approaching familiar territory in a different manner. When the media is reviewed by the client and the therapist together - as they see and hear the session - it usually yields positive rewards. Let us look at a session I did with another therapist and his client.
For example, in the first phototherapy session, the client was unusually guarded. Later, the therapist told me his client had not been that active in previous therapy sessions. There was a breakthrough but not in the first phototherapy session.
In reviewing photos from the first session with his therapist, the client saw how guarded he was being. The client and his therapist discussed this and the therapist said from that day on the client became more open and much more positive in the therapy sessions.