Find room for “YOU” in YOUR life.
What would it be like to have a nonjudgmental way to put down all the burdens you have been carrying?
Having a space to process anger, sorrow, and anxiety each week and experiencing freedom as you leave those negative feelings behind sounds like a way to move forward in a more positive direction.
Think how different life would be if you got those feelings out in the open and dealt with them in a way that helped you recover.
Therapy offers a space where change is possible.
Individual therapy allows for the construction of a safe space where you are free to share all about whatever you may need to share.
I will listen and start to help you gain insight and notice patterns. You can then take the things you learned in therapy into the rest of the world.
Honest, actionable change is possible when you look within yourself. You have within you everything that you need to change. You can let go of that and strengthen other things in your life.
There is room for a beautiful, expansive life with a range of emotions and a skillset to manage them as they arise.
Stop suffering in silence – try individual therapy.
The hardest part is deciding to contact me about individual therapy. The alternative is to go back to the old thoughts that keep you from moving forward.
Those thoughts are the ones that say, “Why am I complaining? Others have it worse. By now, I should be over how I feel, but I’m not. This feeling will pass – it’s only a rough patch.”
Rather than living in “quiet desperation,” individual therapy offers an easier path. You don’t have to keep pushing through unhappiness and stagnation, hoping something will change. The act of calling sets action in motion that can feel restorative – you did something for yourself! Finally!
OK, so here’s what happens next.
Call or email me. Do it right now while you’re thinking about it.
I’ll get back to you within 24 hours, and we can set up a time for a consult. This time involves a free 15-minute phone call where I can hear a bit about what’s bothering you and see if I can help.
We’ll move forward if we both feel good about our conversation and decide to work together. We can set a weekly meeting time for our virtual sessions and begin our work.