My Approach to Helping
You might be realizing you need to talk with someone - that maybe you’re not handling things as well as you’d hoped. Maybe the What Ifs & the doubts have taken over, or you’re not feeling motivated anymore. You’re not sure how it started, but you’re tired of feeling this way. It scares you to think nothing will change. Maybe you’ve had a loss in your life, or maybe you’re just not comfortable with how often you use TV, weed, or alcohol to cope with things. Maybe you're not sure what to do to start making changes. Maybe this is the first time you've considered counseling - if so, kudos for taking that first step. Transitions or life changes can be hard. That's when it's helpful to have support. I believe you do have the answers you need & I am here to collaborate with you to find those answers. I can explore with you to help you develop the skills you need to process, feel, and move forward. I can help you with trying out new ways of thinking & making new choices.
More Info About My Practice
If this speaks to you, reach out and see if we are a good fit for each other, no obligation. With a free first time phone consultation, 247 online scheduling, & the ability to do online or in person sessions, I make therapy convenient & easy to fit into your busy life. Clients say they like my straightforward approach and warm humor! Set up a call now.
What I Say to People Concerned about the Therapy Process
Asking for help is hard, especially when reaching out to a stranger. The therapy process can seem daunting - what will we talk about? What if we aren't a good fit? Just like any relationship, it can take some time to build trust, and to discover what you want to share. I am trained to allow time for trust to build, and I want you to feel at your most comfortable. Only when you're ready will you want to dive into those things that are hardest to talk about. If you discover that it's not a good fit with me, I am committed to supporting you with referrals to help you find the right fit. Either way, the important step is to reach out - and ask questions.