My Approach to Helping
Find Help For Anxiety, Depression, Obsessive Thoughts...More
Obsessive thought patterns find you feeling socially insecure while those around you don't know it.
This fuels your anxiety, which means that getting through each day can feel exhausting. It takes a lot of mental work to help you do life.
The weight of this grows over time and weightiness turns to depression. It's hard to feel motivated when life feels like this much work.
This cycle has it's moments of reprieve, but even those can't be trusted. It makes you nervous to feel better, wondering how long it will last.
Let's Break The Cycle
This cycle is all too familiar and you're ready for change. You've been working with this struggle for some time now. Maybe you've had help before, or maybe this is the first time you're looking into receiving therapy.
Whether you know that trying therapy can be helpful or even if you are just beginning to consider it for the first time, you're a little discouraged that it's coming to this. You're wondering if this investment is really needed, or even worth it.
After all, you're doing okay in school or work and you have relationships that are doing well with a support system around you. So you feel hesitant, you think you'll just keep trying. But that's when the cycle keeps going.
When you've spent a large portion of time making life work for you it's hard to believe that going to someone for help will do much. It's hard to believe that there is someone who really gets it. Someone to help you sort out the feelings and thoughts, the overwhelm, and to help identify and tame the inner critic. Someone to help you find healing insights (that are already in you!) that will bring new, helpful, life-giving options. You're worth the time and investment of finding the life you want, the YOU that you want. Let's find out together if and how therapy could help you - call for a free consult.