My Approach to Helping
Are you anxious and stressed more days than not? Is it affecting your relationships, work andor in personal life? Perhaps you have tried many things to do feel better, but it just isn't working? Maybe you getting the same feedback from well-meaning family and friends. Perhaps worry and fear cause you to avoid uncomfortable situations. Possibly, it is even causing you to question yourself and how to you handle situations? Stress, worry and anxiety are such common struggles today, especially for today?s busy women. What if there was a seasoned therapist who could come alongside you to help provide clarity, solutions, and hope? Counseling can be a great resource to take a step back, re-group, and begin making small changes that will help you find more joy, calm and confidence.
I'd like to help you get to bottom of the What, Why and How of anxiety. It's time to feel better. Each therapy conversations an opportunity to develop greater self-awareness, learn to set boundaries, explore positive styles of thinking, plus incorporating solution-focused strategies to use everyday.
You are not alone! I have devoted my professional life to helping women (single, married, divorced, widowed) to develop coping strategies that can help them feel better now and for years to come.
I look forward to connecting and hearing your story.
More Info About My Practice
18 years experience in the counseling field.
Accepts Insurance: Yes
Blue CrossBlue Shield PPO- In-Network Provider
I accept Out-of-Network insurance plans as well.
I sumbit claims to insurance on behalf of my clients.
$130 for 40-45 minute session
$160 for 55-60 minute session
Feel free to email or give me a call. Ask about setting up a FREE 20-min. phone consultation or schedule an appointment. DaytimeEvening appointments available. I look forward to hearing from you.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Actually, this is a common fear for those who have never been in therapy before. The interesting thing is...it actually means the opposite. Yes, it's true. Making an commitment to invest in working on yourself takes a great amount of courage and bravery and at the same time can help you become more of who you want to be. No one taught us or had us take a class on how to deal with difficult emotions, a crazy boss or big life decisionschanges. When it comes to your mental and emotional health, we hard to learn though trial and error. But here's the thing....asking for help can help you get back on track, recover quicker, become more self aware and develop coping skills that stay with you moving forward. Remember, no one is an island. We all need help at times. Maybe it's an doctor, financial planner, physical trainer or even a therapist.
It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. -E.E. Cummings