Brittany Diodato, LAC
"I believe each individual has a unique way of handling stressful situations, therefore there is no one “right” way of coping with stress. I use a more eclectic approach to therapy, allowing me to use effective interventions that meet your specific and unique needs."
I congratulate you on contemplating taking a step towards transformation and I am hoping this is a road we can travel together. The first step is always the hardest, but imagine the benefits it could provide! Imagine waking up feeling rested after a good night’s sleep each morning, or greeting new challenges with a confident smile. Imagine feeling pride in your workplace and feeling fully present with your family each and every day. No matter what difficult life circumstance you are experiencing, I am here to help you find the coping strategies that work best for you. I believe each individual has a unique way of handling stressful situations, therefore there is no one “right” way of coping with stress. I use a more eclectic approach to therapy, allowing me to use effective interventions that meet your specific and unique needs.
I have experience working with adolescents, adults, and geriatric clients in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I have experience facilitating both individual and group therapy in addition to couples and family counseling. I pride myself in creating a genuine, judgment-free space for you to be your most authentic self, which allows you to build on your strengths and create a feeling of overall resilience and empowerment. I will support you on this journey as you build the skills necessary to realize your full potential!
Whenever you are ready to take this first step and begin to tackle these challenges, I am here and ready to assist you. We will work together to bring about positive change to your life. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. As your therapist, I will work at your own pace and provide support as you work through any issue you are struggling to overcome.
Alzheimer's; Coping Skills; Developmental Disorders; Intellectual Disability; Learning Disabilities; Peer Relationships; School Issues; Self-Esteem; Stress; Mood Disorders
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Dialectical Behavioral Therapy; Strength- Based; Person-Centered; Humanistic; Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)