The work of therapy carves new paths. We bolster self-esteem and emotional resilience, which strengthens our capacity to meet challenges. Enhancing personal well-being in this way creates healthier relationships and more ease in daily life.
Good psychotherapy can be powerful work. It expands our personalities and ability to think, feel, and connect in new, more deeply satisfying ways. It orders our chaos and clarifies who we are. Entering therapy is a courageous move toward change, and toward creating and enjoying a life of our own conscious design.
The demands of life can sometimes feel difficult to bear or even overwhelming. Giving yourself time in a non-judgmental space with a person dedicated to listening is a significant first step toward relief. Together we can gain clarity and define what support means for you.
It takes courage to embark on a journey of self-discovery. I will meet you where you are, and listen and learn about how you feel and how you see the world. This empathic attunement provides the space for us to connect to the truth of your experience and to your innate wisdom as the basis for creating the changes you seek.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed, lost, anxious, or are searching for greater understanding or purpose, you’re not alone. Connecting with a therapist can deepen your understanding of yourself and help you tap into your greatest resources. I commend you for taking this first step.
In psychotherapy we work to put into words what concerns you now and what is yet to be spoken. Proceeding with equal parts curiosity and openness, we use this opportunity to discern what is pos-sible from what is not. What you learn orients your own way of forging your path.
It is my privilege, as a therapist, to join you as you seek to deeply understand who you are and what you need to move forward. Together we’ll support your efforts to uncover old patterns, rework old beliefs, and to encourage your reach toward new desires, and a greater sense of wholeness.
At times we can be strangers to ourselves; our actions and responses seem mysteriously out of place and "not me”. If we slow down enough to approach these moments with curiosity and without judgement, we no longer have to remain under the thumb of what lies beyond our awareness. Therapy helps slow things down.
Challenges are inevitable, and needing another’s support is human. In psychotherapy, your emotional depths, and your relationship to self and others are explored compassionately. We work together to understand your uniqueness and co-create the lasting change you want. During this work, your developing self-awareness both heals and helps. Using a flexible approach, I offer a non-judgmental and safe therapeutic space.
With therapy we have an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of who we are, what internal motivations drive us, and why. This knowledge can positively affect the way we see and feel about ourselves. We can use it to change how we act and relate.