My Approach to Helping
It takes strength and courage to do exactly what you are doing at this very moment. There is no doubt about it. Researching a therapist whom you can trust, connect with, and who will provide competent treatment is the first step in a long road of steps but a very important one. I want to walk beside you during this process and do my part in making you feel welcomed and comfortable. Feel free to call me to schedule a free face-to-face or telephone consult.
More Info About My Practice
I would love the opportunity to provide a free session for you to gain a better understanding of my client-centered focus and style. Stay with me if you'd like or let me help you find the right fit elsewhere. I am happy to play a part in your journey.
Services include: One-on-one psychotherapy sessions, one-on-one nutritionist/personal training sessions, psychological testing/evaluations, aptitude/vocational testing & evaluations, EMDR, veterans, depression, anxiety, OCD, and much more. Visit our website or call for your free full-length session today.
On the Fence About Going to Therapy?
I totally get it. In fact, truth is, most people are. That is why I encourage you to take advantage of my free initial full-length session before committing to anything financially or emotionally. Come on in. Check out our office and make yourself at home. Get to know me, my practice, my colleagues, and the many ways you can improve yourself before making a decision to work with us. Therapy is about establishing trust and rapport with your therapist and I encourage you to do exactly that. Take advantage of one of our many affordable services provided by ViewPoints Psychotherapy by visiting our website.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Think about it. We are often so quick to run into a doctor's office when we are sick or not feeling well. Flu season, injuries, body aches, allergies ... the list goes on and on for reasons that you have more than likely visited your family doctor. Why do you suppose we are so likely to treat our physical health while neglecting our mental health?
As the co-founder of ViewPoints Psychotherapy, I understand both the courage and vulnerability it takes to walk through that door for your very first session. And let me tell you, I couldn't respect you more for it. Every person desires and deserves to live a happy and healthy life, free of anxiety, depression, dissatisfaction, negative self-thoughts, and other mental and physical health burdens. The reality is, each and every single one of us relies on assistance from others in one way, shape, or form. Therapy is simply meeting with someone who may be able to help give you some new approaches to making your life more fulfilled. You deserve it.