Thank you for stopping by and for exploring my site. This is your first step in your journey to find your empowered and reconnected self.
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I have been very much a generalist and eclectic in my therapy approach. What does that mean for you? A personalized and client-centered program. My goal for you is to help you uncover your true potential and reconnect with your core self, in order to lead a life you are happy with. My belief is that you already possess the strength and tools; they may just be hidden by layers of the past, or have gotten disconnected. While we can’t change past events, or even current environmental situations, we can work together to better understand and learn to resolve challenges in your life.
My preferred approach is Internal Family Systems Therapy, a technique developed by Richard ‘Dick’ Schwartz. It mirrors many aspects of my work; it is strength based and empowering. “All parts are welcome”
Therapy can help you realize negative behavior and thought patterns or perceptions, which might be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Combining traditional, non-traditional, old and new approaches will help you integrate and reconnect all your parts and systems, and release negative energy that might have been stuck in your system. Even though I use the word ‘negative’, I strongly believe in the sentiment “No bad parts”.
We will discuss which plan you are comfortable with.
Compassionate Psychotherapy for When the World Spins Out of Control
You have come to the right place if:
- you are looking for basic support
- you are looking for guidance through a challenging situation
- you are ready to move in a new direction in your life and want to brainstorm with a neutral party
- you are looking for traditional talk therapy to work through past events
- you are looking for new approaches in therapy
- you are looking for complementary healing
Please contact me for a consultation today.
Meet Sylvia Schyberg, LCSW
Sylvia Schyberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) specializing in working with children and youth, families, and individuals, especially military families and spouses. She maintains a private practice in Colorado Springs, CO.
With over 14 years of experience working in the mental health field, she is working with a broad spectrum of situations, such as cultural difficulties, military life issues, adoption and attachment issues, child development, behavior and emotional problems, parenting as well as trauma concerns.
Sylvia grew up in Germany, and moved to the US after marrying a service member. She went to school in Washington State, and is a graduate of Auburn University and the University of Alabama. She received a certificate in animal and human health connection from Denver University and is currently working on her certificate in Internal Family Systems. She also studies a variety of other non-traditional and complementary approaches.