“This is no ordinary therapy: two-thirds care and support; and one third coaching you to pull your act together” — A.M.
Deciding to see a therapist is not always an easy decision. It’s possible that right now you are feeling overwhelmed by life, problems at work, or maybe by issues in your relationships. Maybe you have a major decision to make and you’re not sure what to do. Choosing a therapist can be hard, and I want to help make it a little easier for you. If you think we might work well together, email me or give me a call.
As a therapist, my goal is to help you become the person you are meant to be. When you are in the midst of a crisis, I help you identify your issues and help you move forward through a collaborative approach that allows you to heal and grow.
These are some of the things I can help you with:
- Work stress
- Career strategies
- Cultural issues
- Aging parents
- Sexual issues
- Chronic illness
- Sudden crisis such as divorce and death
- Grief and loss
When people consider counseling, it is often with the thought that their current troubles can be “fixed” in a few sessions. This may be true in some cases. In others, there are underlying issues that have bubbled to the surface after a long time of being buried deep within. Paradoxically, often (but not always) it is because one is in a safe environment that these issues surface.
- All people can benefit from psychotherapy.
- Our relationships need tune-ups from time to time.
- It is in relationship with others that we come to know ourselves.
I believe in the power of love.