– Brené Brown
There are many reasons to search for yourself.
People search for relief when they experience pain from a broken relationship, desire to change a lifelong pattern, or feel frozen in their lives.
The weight of grief that doesn’t lift brings loneliness and despair. Constant anxiety about the future is exhausting. You’ve talked to all the doctors, but they don’t give you answers. It is natural to reach out to someone for help.
Perhaps, you have a straightforward but profound desire to know your true self–body and mind.
Any of these experiences – and more – could have you seeking therapy. You want a place free from judgment, gaslighting, opinions, or even well-meaning advice from the people close to you. You need someone who can hear and understand whatever is on your mind.
How did you get here?
You’ve thought about it for a while. You’ve tried other things, but they haven’t gotten you where you want to be. You know you’re not living up to your potential, and the quiet but persistent voice says you deserve support.
Therapy opens the door to your authentic self. I’m standing by that door with a lantern, ready to step inside with you and help you see the places you’ve forgotten.
“Communication is merely an exchange of information,
but connection is an exchange of our humanity.”
– Sean Stephenson
The relationship unlocks the door.
Research consistently shows that the most significant factor in successful therapy is the relationship between the client (that’s YOU!) and the therapist (that’s ME!)
From our very first contact, I’m focused on creating a safe connection with you.
You can open up when you feel safe in therapy. Together, we unlock the door. Instead of seeming like “work,” therapy feels more natural – maybe even something like “fun.” Our relationship makes that possible.
There are many therapeutic approaches, and I wouldn’t blame you if your head is spinning.
I tailor my approach to YOU. I use my years of training, therapeutic experience, and lessons from the school of hard knocks and fit all of it to YOUR needs instead of the other way around. Don’t get me wrong – training and experience are vital, and you can read more about mine here.
When I receive any meaningful service, I want it tailored to me as an individual and provided by a skilled and caring practitioner. I bet you do, too. Therapy is meant to be transformational. You deserve to know that your therapist is the right one to fulfill that purpose.
Schedule your free initial phone consultation to receive answers to your questions and confirm that I can help you.