Sometimes it is more difficult to ask a question than to answer it. In conversation with another, one practiced in the art of attuned listening, it becomes possible to discover not only what is worthy of questioning, but why answers have remained so stubbornly concealed from our own searching.
Psychotherapy is about care for your soul and mental health. It is private and held in complete confidentiality. You and I together, listening to your life’s narrative, will explore your thoughts, beliefs, conflicts, and connected feelings.
Looking inside yourself requires courage. Therapy offers you the opportunity to share your experiences with someone who is trained to listen in an empathetic and focused way. Through your expressed thoughts and feelings, and the new perspectives that will arise, we’ll explore what’s been getting in your way.
Are you seeking change in your life? Therapy helped me when I found myself struggling and needing answers. Together we can explore your current situation and help you find the answers you need. I look forward to meeting you in person so we can begin your own unique journey towards lasting change.
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.
You may not know exactly what’s wrong—you may only know that something doesn’t feel right. Therapy can help make sense of your feelings and emotions, and offer increased clarity in your life. This increased clarity can bring more autonomy and choice, increasingly satisfying relationships, and more joy.
In therapy, I advocate for you to become who you are meant to be on this planet. I have personally worked with over 4,000 people living out their purpose. I coach, lead group work, and facilitate workshops and retreats. I accompany you while you heal and step firmly into your truth.
“A journey of 100 miles begins with one step.” Welcome to the first step! It takes courage to seek therapy. We do so when stresses, negative thought patterns, and emotions block the life we want. Because we are wired for health, healing, and growth, psychotherapy can help us realize our true potential to make positive choices and heal past experiences.