My Approach to Helping
Are you a perfectionist? Do you panic when things are not exactly a certain way? Do you have difficulty accepting imperfection in yourself and important people in your life? Does this experience leave you feeling unsettled, anxious and annoyed? Has this impacted your relationships? You may be someone who get frustrated with minor mistakes made by others or yourself. You try to be the perfect wife, husband, son, daughter, etc. but over time you just can't keep up. You hold in that frustration for a period of time but eventually you freak out. This freak out may be internal or seen by others. If others see it, you may feel mortified. Perfectionism can be tricky because we are all human and eventually imperfections show. When your imperfections are visible to others you may feel defective or experience shame.
What would it be like to allow yourself to be human? How might your life be changed if you could let go of minor mistakes? How would this impact your relationships?
You may have tried self-help books or therapy in the past, but the problem remains. You still struggle to let things go. I can help you reduce your perfectionism. I am a Licensed Psychologist. I have both a doctorate in psychology and master's degree in counseling. I have helped people with a wide range of concerns, including panic, trauma, mood dysregulation, toxic stress, relationship challenges, anxiety, parenting issues, and major life adjustments. However, I specifically focus may practice on helping people just like you. At Center for Mental Health and Wellness, I work with clients to develop a therapy plan for perfectionism that actually works. I paired a judgement free space with evidence-based techniques to create a therapeutic approach that actually works. Call now to schedule an appointment with me.