Kia ora Tahuna!
It’s time to start living your best life! Living your best life can mean many things to many people. Your best life might involve learning more about yourself through self-exploration and psychological assessment, or your best life might involve setting a personal best time in a major athletic event, or maybe your best life begins as you transition out of Uni and into your career.
No matter what your best life looks like, Dr. Chris Neuenfeldt can help you get there. Dr. Chris’ training as a clinical psychologist has covered issues ranging from anxiety to zoophobia and everything in between. He has a passion for working with individuals who want to be “more than a diagnosis” and who strive to live their best life every day of every year.
As a client with Dr. Chris Neuenfeldt, you will get honest feedback and learn skills you can use the minute you leave the session. After all, you come to therapy one hour a week, and you live your life the other 167 hours you aren’t in the office.
"Resilience is not all or nothing. It comes in amounts. You can be a little resilient, a lot resilient; resilient in some situations but not others. And, no matter how resilient you are today, you can become more resilient tomorrow."
Dr. Karen Reivich
With You Every Step of the Way
A Happier, Healthier You
I am pleased to provide online assessments and therapy to clients who live in New Zealand. I use the most up-to-date encryption methods and software which is fully HIPAA and Privacy Act compliant. All sessions are private and are not recorded without the consent of both the client and the therapist.
Online therapy has many benefits, including: I'm available regardless of the current Covid-19 alert level, so you don't have to worry about missing a session. It's easy to schedule an appointment with me. Online appointments mean no time spent driving to an appointment and no time sitting in a waiting room. Some people find it easier to talk to a therapist when the face-to-face aspect of traditional therapy is removed. Individuals with psychological or medical conditions which make it difficult to travel can now access care.