Most people don't realize that we have the power to make our lives better. For many reasons which I share with my patients, we have been conditioned to focus on negativity and often feel helpless to change our lives. This does not have to be your case. You can learn to live your life with more satisfaction and joy.
Based on principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dr. Roberts' has created a "4th Wave" Cognitive Behavioral Intervention.
Dr. Roberts, an instructor of Cognitive Behavioral Interventions at NYU, has created Insight-Oriented Cognitive Behavioral Therapy incorporating basic CBT skills with knowledge from neuroscience, psychology, and mindfulness.
Most people often confuse spirituality with religion; it is not. Spirituality is a connection to one's own purpose and inner wisdom, often called 'intuition', 'gut', 'heart', or 'inner being'. There are many ways to connect to one's inner being. Often I work with clients to create a practice like meditation, prayer, reciting mantras, and other ways to connect to one's inner helpful voice.
Our bodies are the vehicles which allow us to live our purpose. Research demonstrates that the body and mind are connected and impact each other. Dr. Roberts' post-graduate training in nutritional psychology informs her practice. Dr. Roberts helps clients to create additional tools to create physical wellbeing.
Having a toolbox of healthy coping skills is a vital part of maintaining a healthy emotional landscape. Self-regulation is difficult and often clients lack the skills to do so. Dr. Roberts works with clients on how to use their experiences to create serenity and stability.