Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-i), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT), Motivational interviewing (MI), Prolonged exposure (PE), Solution-focused
I specialize in taking an individualized, collaborative approach to help my clients better understand the relationship between their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. By doing so, clients can enhance their emotional awareness, improve their relationships, and gain valuable insight to better manage life stressors.
I am passionate about working with diverse individuals who want to find more fulfillment and purpose in their life. Within treatment, I actively support my clients to "dive deeper" so that they can shift their behaviors and perspectives to not just survive, but thrive through their challenges.
PhD - Counseling Psychology, Marquette University
I became a mental health professional because I always have had an interest in human behavior. Throughout my past personal and professional experiences, I have seen how powerful the mind is and therefore wanted to serve as a change agent to help others improve their psychological and emotional well-being.
I enjoy traveling, going to the gym, and spending time with my family.
I consistently try to take time out of my day to get out doors. Whether it is going on a walk or playing fetch with my dog, I enjoy getting a breath of fresh air!
The Bible is one book I have read multiple times. I feel it is an important book to revisit because it provides me motivation and perspective that is directly beneficial to my life.
My favorite organization is my consulting company, RC Warner Consulting, LLC because of how much personal investment I have in its mission to enhance leadership, diversity, and wellness around the globe.
I recharge by spending valuable time with my family. They help me refocus and engage in mindfulness, which is directly beneficial to boosting my well-being.
I have one dog named Zar. He attempted to run away the first month I had him. I chased his down the block and he has been with me ever since.
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