MISSION STATEMENT: SUSTAINABLE LIFE SATISFACTION℠ (SLS℠)
My mission is to use my experience, expertise, voice and pen to help people realize there is “a path to sustainable life satisfaction through a belief in your inherent lovability.” “Sustainable Life Satisfaction℠,” (SLS℠) is based on theories that I have researched and developed from cognitive-behavior therapy and refined over my 20 years of interaction with clients. My brand of therapy and therapeutic success is based on the precept that the majority of people do not have an inherent belief in their likeability or loveability. Therapy isn’t for everybody; however, if you’re motivated, you are the only tool necessary because you are the change agent. With life satisfaction comes an ability to conquer inner fears of inadequacy and the profound discovery and trust in your “inherent loveability.” In order to reinforce this concept I utilize a number of SLS℠ techniques and strategies including starting is easy, closing is hard, decision-making, facing fears, reducing people-pleasing behaviors and active self-reinforcement. These techniques assist individuals in believing in their personal effectiveness in the world, as well as giving them a sense of personal control of outcomes to the best of their ability.
"Jennifer uses cognitive-behavior therapy with a combination of empathy, sensitivity, creativity and natural ability to provide what is needed for excellent clinical care. A talented professional, she is comfortable using integrated and effective therapeutic strategies for all ages of clients.” - Dr. Eva Feindler
Dr. Eva Feindler is considered an expert in the fields of cognitive-behavior therapy with children and adolescents, adolescent anger control and family violence, and is the Director of the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Long Island University/LUI Post Campus.