I believe that people are in a constant process of learning and growing and that they have an innate ability to seek creative solutions to address the difficulties that life presents. Nevertheless, we often get stuck or derailed. At these times we are unable to access our best selves and need the presence and guidance of another person.
In today’s world, it’s common to feel anxious, down, or overwhelmed in the midst of important life transitions:
While the primary challenge for some consists of a significant life transition, for others it may be something more long-standing. Do any of the following questions ring true?
Are you a young adult, struggling through your twenties, hoping to find a meaningful career or relationship?
Or in your thirties, working too hard, unhappy with your job, unsatisfied with dating, frustrated in your relationship, or tired of being alone?
Are you in a partnership or marriage that feels strained, distant, or not working out how you had hoped? Are finances, dealing with your children, or managing a household becoming overwhelming?
Do you worry that you’ve made poor, irreversible life decisions?
Or that you’re not smart, talented, or good enough? Perhaps feeling unable to live up to the expectations of your family and/or friends?
Or perhaps you may not know exactly what you’re feeling or what you want, but just sense that something isn’t working.
I see my role as helping you build a strong foundation and a supportive environment that facilitates reflectiveness, helps deepen self-awareness and increases insight into your unique journey. I work with whole individuals, not diagnoses, and therefore consider it essential to actively seek feedback from you and collaborate with you so that we develop solutions together that fit with you as an individual and meet your specific therapeutic needs.
If you would like to discuss what would be best for you, or to set up an initial consultation, I encourage you to contact me.
I look forward to talking with you.