“We don't have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to.” ~Brené Brown in Rising Strong
Change is hard. You may be stuck in a pattern behaviors or a mood that despite your best efforts, you can’t seem to get out of. Life may have handed some difficult situations that require some extra support and direction. There may be some unresolved trauma and experiences in your past that is making it difficult to experience life the way you truly want. You may be experiencing difficulty in your relationships, and are seeking to work on yourself in an effort to improve some important relationships in your life. You may be unsure of the future of your relationship or other major decisions and need a safe, judgement-free place to sort out your feelings and thoughts.
No matter the case, you would join millions of other people who seek out therapy every single day to get out of distress. We all feel distress at times and if are best efforts aren’t working, why not seek the help of professionals—professionals that that spend hundreds of hours training from the best minds in the world—to help improve the lives of others? There is no shame in that. In fact, it makes complete sense!
Therapy is a powerful way to face your distress in a safe, compassionate, judgement-free, supportive way. Providing a safe space for you to walk into your distress and face some potentially tough feelings is the most important part of my job. However, the work doesn’t stop there. While you are likely coming to therapy for support, your probably want some direction and guidance too. I have worked and trained at some of the most renowned places in the country. This has given me a wide-variety of experiences, tools and methods I use in my every-day practice. We will work together to determine your treatment goals and the treatment plan that is most effective for you.
If you are unsure of your next steps and would like to talk with me before scheduling a session, we can set up a free 20-minute consultation by phone.
“Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage. Truth and courage aren’t always comfortable, but they’re never weakness.”