Gina's Specialties

I work well with most people and issues, yet I consider myself a specialist when it comes to helping adults struggling with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Life transitions (from one life stage to another, relationship status changes, or other significant life events)
  • Relationship issues
  • Self esteem/issues of self worth
  • Being a caregiver (whether for a loved one, or as a helping professional)
  • Body-mind integration
  • PTSD and healing trauma
  • Dual diagnosis (more then 1 issue or diagnosis)
  • Family of origin issues
  • Clinical supervision
  • Being an introvert in an extroverted society
Gina's Specialties

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  • Wondering what “Listen To Your Body” means? This article by Yogi Michael Taylor gives a great explanation, and offers insight into what a Somatically oriented therapy session with Gina would be like. Read More >
  • Read how building resilience is key in overcoming challenges in “The Road to Resilience” by the American Psychological Association. Read More >
  • Interested in how compassion fatigue affects non-professional caregivers? Check this article out: “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” published in the ISNA Bulletin. Read More >

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What Others Are Saying About Gina

"I feel very comfortable with Gina. It is great to be able to talk about my problems and know she is really listening. She has taught me some great skills to help me manage my anxiety." - Anonymous