Michelle York, MFTI #75209

Supervised by Michele Jensen, LMFT #48059

 

Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. – Carl Jung

 

 

Michelle York is experienced in working with children, adolescents and adults; her areas of focus include, issues with depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, trauma associated with physical or sexual abuse, anger management and compulsive behaviors.  Additionally, she is trained and experienced in the field of drug and alcohol recovery; she has worked extensively with adolescents and their families addressing issues of substance abuse and co-dependency; Michelle incorporates a family systems model to identify and evaluate issues that families may struggle with.

is a depth psychology oriented therapist however, works from a collaborative approach with her clients to identify the most beneficial therapeutic modality to help alleviate distressing symptoms. Depth therapy is a form of psychotherapy that recognizes that by bringing the unconscious into consciousness a person can begin to heal and more fully grow. The ways we learned to protect ourselves and relate to others as children significantly influence our behavior today. Why do we repeat behaviors that hurt? Why are addicted? Why do we feel persistent shame, sadness, or hopelessness? Why do we find ourselves in situations and relationships that are hurtful and unsatisfying? Why can't we find the motivation to become who we know we can? Often it is because we are approaching life with old fears. We are protecting ourselves from the things that hurt us in the past using old defenses. Learning new and healthier ways of protecting ourselves allows us to more successfully overcome our fears. Depth therapy spends time discussing childhood patterns that hold us back now. Depth therapy realizes that the soul (psyche) wants to grow and it is constantly telling us through our choices, words, ideas, and dreams what we need to heal and grow. Sigmund Freud said that the purpose of therapy is to teach people to love and to work. Dr. Freud said that almost 100 years ago. The art and science of therapy has changed much since then but the goal remains the same. Two simple words, "love" and "work".

 

To schedule an appointment or consultation with Michelle York, please call 760-613-2153 or email: MYtherapytoday@gmail.com

Michelle York, MFTI #75209

Supervised by Michele Jensen, LMFT #48059

 

Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes. – Carl Jung

 

                                                                                                              

Michelle York is experienced in working with children, adolescents and adults; her areas of focus include, issues with depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, trauma associated with physical or sexual abuse, anger management and compulsive behaviors.  Additionally, she is trained and experienced in the field of drug and alcohol recovery. She has worked extensively with adolescents and their families addressing issues of substance abuse and co-dependency.

Michelle incorporates a family systems model to identify and evaluate issues that families may struggle with is a depth psychology oriented therapist however, works from a collaborative approach with her clients to identify the most beneficial therapeutic modality to help alleviate distressing symptoms.

 

Depth therapy is a form of psychotherapy that recognizes that by bringing the unconscious into consciousness a person can begin to heal and more fully grow. The ways we learned to protect ourselves and relate to others as children significantly influence our behavior today. Why do we repeat behaviors that hurt? Why are addicted? Why do we feel persistent shame, sadness, or hopelessness? Why do we find ourselves in situations and relationships that are hurtful and unsatisfying? Why can't we find the motivation to become who we know we can? Often it is because we are approaching life with old fears. We are protecting ourselves from the things that hurt us in the past using old defenses. Learning new and healthier ways of protecting ourselves allows us to more successfully overcome our fears. Depth therapy spends time discussing childhood patterns that hold us back now.

Depth therapy realizes that the soul (psyche) wants to grow and it is constantly telling us through our choices, words, ideas, and dreams what we need to heal and grow. Sigmund Freud said that the purpose of therapy is to teach people to love and to work. Dr. Freud said that almost 100 years ago. The art and science of therapy has changed much since then but the goal remains the same. Two simple words, "love" and "work".

 

To schedule an appointment or consultation with Michelle York, please call 760-613-2153 or email: MYtherapytoday@gmail.com

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