Juliet has a dynamic yet relaxed style of therapy that is emotion and interpersonally-based and solution-focused. Her focus is working with young adults and their families, partners and significant others. Her therapy explores a deeper understanding of self and others through reflection on thoughts, feelings, behaviors, personal strengths, and growth areas. Her therapy is integrative and modern. She views therapy as a creative and collaborative process.
Juliet’s style of therapy is ideal for:
- Grief and loss
- Family and Relationship difficulties
- Sexual identity and orientation concerns
- Disordered eating
- Weight and Body image concerns
- Self-harming behaviors
- Life transitions
Her experience emphasizes work with individuals of various cultures, sexual orientations, religious/ spiritual beliefs, international origins, and ethnicities. She has experience in community mental health, hospitals, clinics, university counseling centers and community outreach programs.
Juliet has a doctorate degree from Chatham University. She completed her doctoral internship at Carnegie Mellon University where she trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy for young adults with a focus on self-understanding and self-compassion.
Monday: As needed
Saturday: As needed