I am Reginald Collins, MSW. Therapist
Reginald attended seminary school where he received a bachelor’s degree in Theology. He later attended Florida Atlantic University where he received a master’s degree in social work. Reginald devoted the past 5 years as a mentor for court-ordered young men as well as an adult criminal justice intervention counselor helping clients overcome trauma, mood disorders, and substance use. He has experience in individual therapy techniques, group facilitation, assessments, and spiritual counseling.
Reginald is a firm believer in how people perceive themselves plays a major role in their well-being, and all clients deserve support.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Technique
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a type of mental health counseling that helps people identify and manage problem behaviors by changing negative thought patterns.
Mindfulness-based counseling is a form of therapy that emphasizes the importance of present moment awareness. The goal of mindfulness-based counseling is to help clients connect with their thoughts and emotions in a non-judgmental way.
Client-Centered Therapy Technique
In client-centered therapy, the therapist takes a non-judgmental and empathic stance towards the client. The therapist strives to understand the client’s frame of reference and build a therapeutic relationship based on mutual trust and respect.
Dialectical-Behavior Therapy Technique
Dialectical-behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy that focuses on helping people to change problematic behaviors and thought patterns. The goal of DBT is to help people to develop more effective ways of coping with stress and difficult emotions.
Psychodynamic counseling is a type of therapy that emphasizes the role of the unconscious mind in shaping behavior. It is based on the belief that we are often not aware of the factors that influence our thoughts and actions.
Meditation-based counseling is a type of therapy that uses mindfulness meditation to help people with mental and emotional health issues. The practice of mindfulness means being present in the moment without judgment, and it can be a powerful tool for managing stress, anxiety, and depression.
Solution-Focused Therapy Technique
Solution-focused therapy is a type of short-term therapy that is focused on helping patients find solutions to their problems. This type of therapy is rooted in the idea that patients are the experts on their own lives and that they have the ability to find solutions to their problems.