IT'S TIME TO START FEELING BETTER
Most likely, you are facing some kind of problem - a relationship problem, a work problem, a family problem - whatever it is, it’s very personal, and it’s causing you a great deal of anxiety and pain. You want to feel better, and you want something in your life to change.
Whatever your situation may be, I can provide a nonjudgmental, down-to-earth approach to help you find your way through it.
With counseling, each conversation is an opportunity to understand yourself better and explore ways to help you feel better.
Don't assume therapy is only for those who are extremely miserable or depressed. Most people who enter therapy are high-functioning, competent individuals who are just seeking help with difficult problems in their everyday life.
Dealing with the stress of modern life can sometimes be too much to handle. Therapy can help you look at the behaviors, feelings and thoughts that are disturbing you or your relationship and find solutions or ways to cope. Therapy can last a relatively short period of time, concluding once your goals are achieved.
WHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME TO SEE A THERAPIST?
Some people look to counseling when facing unusual or extraordinary life events. In these situations, people need help dealing with problems that can be overwhelming or even devastating.
Whether the problems are small and easily treated or large life-long issues, therapy is appropriate and successful for a wide range of situations. Here are a few examples of when a person may seek a professional:
Difficulty solving the problem by yourself
Feeling overwhelmed, overthinking, struggling to find a solution
Changes in behavior (eating, sleeping, mood swings, crying)
Unable to function as usual, affecting job, family, daily activities or the ability to concentrate
Depression, anxiety, sadness, unhappiness
Don’t know who to talk to about a personal issue
Sleepless nights due to worrying and stress
YOU DESERVE TO FEEL BETTER
Whatever the problem is, if it consistently hinders you or is causing you emotional distress - you might want to consider therapy. We all could use a little help from time to time.
Remember, you don't have to do this alone. I have devoted my professional life to helping women develop coping strategies that can help them feel better and break free from whatever is holding them back.
I look forward to getting to know you and hearing your story.