Suffering helps us evaluate our lives, identify what matters most, and initiate a desire for change. Some areas we may want to reduce suffering in our relationships, communication, emotions, self-care, resource management, sleeping and eating habits, work, value-based living, and personal growth. Regardless, the client is the expert in knowing what area of their life is suffering and in need of improvement. I work with individuals and families to help identify areas of need, initiate improvements, and sustain change. I use multiple evidence-based approaches leveraged in neuroscience to help retrain the brain to replace the cycles.