To an outsider, your life might look pretty good, but deep down inside you feel dissatisfied, disconnected, and unlovable.
You can get caught up in focusing on other people’s problems as a way to deflect from your own until one day you find yourself to be in the midst of a full-blown panic attack.
You stay really busy (too busy!) to avoid feeling anything unpleasant and hope that keeping busy will quiet the self-doubting voices in your head.
You’re worried that if you slow down and take time for yourself, the mountain of despair and fear will crush you.
The truth is, the way you feel today, doesn’t have to be the way you feel tomorrow or the next day.
Therapy can help.
Overwhelm, codependency, and dissociation are all signs that things are out of alignment in your mind and body caused by the difficult events you’ve endured in your lifetime.
Therapy helps you uncover the root causes of your current issues and helps identify and implement effective skills that will help you better manage challenges in your life.
Therapy is not just for venting about things that bother you, it’s about: problem-solving, accepting, feeling, thinking, processing through your pain to achieve hope, peace, love, forgiveness, calm, and balance in your life.
Deciding to get help can be so difficult, and we just want to acknowledge and honor that you’ve taken a huge step already.
The therapeutic process is incredibly individualized, and we'll teach skills that are evidence-based in their efficacy.
We’ll work on what you find to be the most important right now and adjust as we go along.
If you’re ready to take back control of your life, please reach out for a 20-minute consultation call to discuss how we can get you where you ultimately want to be.