Nathaniel Mason, PhD
Resident Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Best Self-Help Advice
Be gentle with yourself. On the road to recovery, from addictions, from trauma, or just the craziness of our lives- be gentle with yourself– remember it is a process. Often, the most loving thing for yourself is to allow your feelings to bubble up and ask for help from others when you need it. Allow others to be there for you- to problem solve, affirm, or just care, and reciprocate in return. Little by little, you will heal, and miracles will happen in your world. Your thoughts will feel more rational, your feelings more soothed, and that glimmer of inner strength that has always been in you will emerge once again.
#1 Self-Care Habit
Meditation, meditation, meditation! Finding inner stillness is a journey but pays so many dividends. You begin to tap into an inner source of strength, clarity, and peace.
My main goal for you, no matter your background, is to help you feel as comfortable and empowered as possible to achieve your goals during therapy. I ascribe to a warm, Person-Centered, Strengths-Based, Motivational Interviewing approach, with aspects of Solution-Focused Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral approaches.
I am open to working with all backgrounds and am respectful of your current life journey. I have experience with the LGBTQIA+ communities and underserved populations. If you think I would be a good fit, I would love to hear from you! Book online today to schedule your first appointment with me!