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 holds a Master’s degree in counseling psychology and will graduate with her doctorate from Chatham University in the fall of 2016. She most recently 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.