My Approach to Helping
Therapy is about you. Therapy is ultimately about helping you discover and embrace who you are and how you want to live in this world. Therapy is not about your family, your lover or even your problems although we may talk about all of these. If you're in pain, anxious, depressed or having other feelings you can't control, then it's time to get help.
Feelings like anxiety, depression and stress are indicators that your life is off track. Off track from what you thought it would be, off track from what you hoped for, off track from your expectations. By the time most people seek therapy they have been struggling for a while; often in silence.
If you're tired of trying to figure things out on your own, tired of pretending like you're holding things together when they're actually falling apart, then it's time to pick up the phone and call for help. Whether you call me or some other therapist is not as important as you making that call for yourself. It's time to start choosing you and trust that everyone else can take care of themselves.
More Info About My Practice
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The purpose of a consultation call is to give us both a chance to learn more about each other and make sure that we feel comfortable working together. I have my areas of expertise and while I wish I could help everyone, there are certain issues that I do not work. In these cases, I often know others who are more effective in treating these issues. My ultimate goal is to help you get the support you need.
The consultation is also a time for you to ask me whatever questions you have about the process of therapy and how I work with my clients and your specific problem. Everyone is different and I find we can both learn most about what's important through a short phone call.
If for some reason you're concerned about using the phone I'm also responsive by email and I encourage you to reach out.
Important Factors for Choosing a Therapist
It's important you choose a therapist that you know will support you and challenge you. Too much support and you will never have movement in therapy. Too much challenge and there is not enough support for you to have the courage to take new action.