My Approach to Helping
Do you feel like you're constantly struggling with ADHD, even though you're ambitious and bright? You may feel unmotivated, scattered, and overwhelmed. You may feel like you don't fit in, and you may start to doubt yourself. You're not alone. I have ADHD too, and I know the struggle well. I'm also here to tell you that it's possible to live a successful and fulfilling life with ADHD. I can provide you with tools and strategies to help you manage your symptoms and process the pain that stems from additional emotion dysregulation, anxiety, depression, and trauma. If you're ready to make a change, I'm here to help you get there.
I specialize in working with upwardly mobile women, feminine presenting adults, and teens who are struggling with ADHD. My clients come to me looking for a therapist who understands their unique challenges and can help them reach their goals. I believe that therapy should be a place where you feel safe, heard, and supported.
I know that ADHD can be a challenge, but it doesn't have to define you. Let's work together to turn your ADHD struggles into your ADHD strengths. I can help you develop the skills and coping mechanisms you need to succeed in life. I'm here to support you every step of the way. Email for a free 15-minute virtual consultation. Isn't it time to start healing?
More Info About My Practice
Humanistic psychology is a psychological perspective that emphasizes the individual's subjective experience of reality and the potential for personal growth and self-actualization.
Humanistic psychologists believe that people are inherently good and that they have the potential to grow and change. They also believe that people are capable of making choices and that they have free will.
Some of the key concepts of humanistic psychology include:
Self-actualization: The process of becoming the best version of oneself.
Fully functioning person: A person who is living in a way that is true to their own values and beliefs.
Peak experiences: Moments of intense joy, satisfaction, and fulfillment.
Unconditional positive regard: A deep acceptance of another person, regardless of their flaws or mistakes.
Congruence: The state of being true to oneself and one's own values.
Existentialism: The belief that humans are free to choose their own destiny and that they are responsible for their own actions.
How My Own Struggles Made Me a Better Therapist
I have ADHD, and I'm proud of it. I've learned how to manage my symptoms and harness my strengths, and I'm living an amazing life. I want to help you do the same.
I know that ADHD can be challenging, but it doesn't have to hold you back. You can achieve anything you set your mind to. I'm here to walk the path with you and show you the shortcuts to happiness.