- Feeling stuck and uncertain?
- Trying to figure out who you are?
- What does that mean with family and friends if it’s different than what they expect/want from you?
- In the prime of your life but struggling with an inside voice saying you’re not good enough?
- Bored with your career and not where you thought you’d be in life by now?
- “Worried-about-worrying-about” feeling left out or behind?
So many of us from time-to-time are faced with challenges and frustrations as we set off to find purpose, satisfaction, and joy in our lives. Feeling stretched and worried about your job, friends, or romantic relationships and how to do it all right is not uncommon. Taking time with a challenging but compassionate therapist to focus on finding a new path is important. I use Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Solution-Focused, Gottman, Internal Family Systems, and Relational Life Therapy (RLT) among others to help you assess, learn, and redirect.
| Individual Counseling Support: |Anxiety / Depression/ Coping Skills/ Trauma/ Relational Romance/ Career / Social Skills |
- Process feelings and learn skills that help you navigate life forward better and/or heal from unhealthy relationships and life trauma.
- Learn skills to manage past difficult breakups, codependency, family dynamics, stress and anxiety, and perfectionism.
- Not live a life of “quiet desperation.” In the midst of the all above-welcomed gifts but challenging pressures, stay connected with your neighbor, be a good citizen, fulfill your creative extracurricular goals, keep your body, mind, and spirit healthy — and yet still carve time out for yourself on your own or with your partner and family.
- Heal and break the damage cycle from the life wounds. Learn how to grieve and move on in a healthy peaceful way.
| Trauma/Chronic-Illness/Grief-and-Loss |
- Accidents and illnesses are never planned and coping with them for ourselves, our families, children, and loved ones can be extraordinarily exhausting (6 out of 10 in the U.S. live with at least 1 chronic disease such as heart disease and stroke, cancer, or diabetes, CDC 2019).
- Kings and queens on down sadly don’t live forever. Learning to heal and live with loss is part of life. Helping you to learn how to “healthy-grieve” and ultimately move on with joy, acceptance, and peace is important.
Skills and tools to become more mindful, resilient, and compassionate toward yourself and the others in your life. Redirect to a better place for you, your career, your family, and your loved ones!