I believe that most people want to embrace life more purposefully. My goal is to help you tap into and honor your innate strengths. Past hurts and daily challenges can sometimes cloud one’s perception of self. In a supportive environment, I proceed with the understanding that psychological safety fosters growth and healing. Together, we may investigate unhelpful beliefs about self that could be driving specific behaviors. Additionally, how these beliefs are made manifest in your primary relationships.
Further, we may examine relational challenges surrounding subjects that are both core to and symbolic of your values. My approach includes CBT, solution-focused therapy, and mindfulness-based interventions. I work with adults experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, and stress related to sudden life transitions.
I obtained my master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Additionally, I hold a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from Suffolk University in Boston and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Ghana. Stella Teyegaga is under the supervision of Marcel Gamboa, LPC-S.