Therapy Helps People.

You made it this far. We probably agree that therapy is a good idea. I Want To Help You!

I have trained in many different therapy modalities, but I found the evidence based models work best for me and my happy clients who graduate from therapy. When we work together one on one, we will most likely use Emotionally-Focused Individual Therapy (EFIT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). I have more details about these approaches below.

While I can’t make promises about therapy there are some common success stories that might be what you are looking for:

Group of happy friends celebrating good mental health after trying therapy near me


Emotionally Focused individual Therapy (EFIT) is an attachment science-based approach to individual therapy that offers an integration of humanistic experiential interventions focused on reshaping intrapsychic experience and systemic interventions focused on reshaping patterns of engagement in our interpersonal interactions. 

EFIT delves into past relationships all the way back to childhood in order to better understand the root cause of an individual’s mental and emotional struggles. It does this by pinpointing your specific needs and relationship patterns and then helping guide you in a new direction by teaching you everything to do with your emotions – your emotional needs, your emotional reactions, your emotional desires and how to satisfy and fulfill them.

Goals of EFIT:

  • Find corrective experiences that positively impact models of self and other and shape stable, lasting change.
  • Offer transformative moments where vulnerability is encountered with balance.
  • Enable you to move into the openness & responsiveness that characterizes good attachment with others.
  • Help you see a competent self that can deal with existential life issues and become a fully alive human being.


Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapeutic treatment that can help you understand the thoughts and feelings that shape your behaviors. CBT can treat a wide range of things like phobias, addiction, depression, and anxiety. CBT is generally short-term and focused on helping individuals deal with a very specific issue. I will help you learn how to identify and change destructive or disturbing thought patterns that have a negative influence on your life.

The goal of CBT is to teach individuals that while they cannot control every aspect of the world around them, they can take control of how they interpret and deal with things in their environment. CBT has become increasingly popular in recent years with both mental health consumers and treatment professionals. CBT is also empirically supported and has been shown to effectively help individuals overcome a variety of maladaptive behaviors.

CBT is one of the most researched types of therapy, in part because treatment is focused on a highly specific goal and results can be measured relatively easily.

Cognitive behavioral therapy is often best suited for people who are comfortable with introspection. In order for CBT to be effective, the individual must be ready and willing to spend time and effort analyzing his or her thoughts and feelings. Self-analysis can be difficult, but a trained therapist makes a big difference in how quickly it produces results.

This is a great way to learn more about how internal struggles are impacting your outward behavior.

Therapy Can Help Anyone Live Better And Feel More Comfortable With Themselves And Changes Around Them.

Eneziah Walters LCSW Therapist in Michigan and Texas

About Me.

I‘m a licensed social worker and immigration evaluation specialist with eight years of experience as a child and family therapist. I specialize in trauma care for those with severe emotional disturbances, providing a safe and supportive environment to address concerns and symptoms.

 I also conduct mental health assessments. I aim to help clients discover what’s blocking their healing process and guide them toward learning how to heal. In my free time, I enjoy fitness classes, cooking, travel, and spending time with loved ones.

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