Relational issues are an integral part of my work. During therapy, I tend to utilize CBT, or Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. The behavioral piece is when the client or couple brainstorms with me, and then goes out and puts action to the brainstorm. The behavior’s value is actually 'caught' by doing the healthy brainstormed behavior. The cognitive side focuses on perspective change. If you look at something in a new light or from a different angle, you can believe differently. Once we come to believe differently, we will act and emote differently. Therefore, CBT encourages lasting change. This is how I become ‘Your Personal Catalyst for Change’.