Life is hard - no doubt about it - but that doesn't mean that you have to accept all its bumps and bruises.
Let's team up and start understanding your emotions, patterns, and behaviors to ultimately bring about positive change and work on personalized goals.
This is your life. Take control of it.
DO YOU EVER ASK YOURSELF?
"Why am I feeling so stuck?"
Common Issues Addressed in Therapy
Focusing on You
Balancing Work/School and your personal life
Body Image Concerns and Unhealthy Comparisons
Questioning Sexuality/Gender Identity/Gender Expression
Loss of Energy/Motivation
Identifying your needs and your life path
Confidence and Communication Skills
Juggling different facets of your lifestyle
Feelings of Isolation
Your Relationships with Others
Developing Conflict Skills
Learning how to deal with confrontation
Recovering from trust issues
Difficult Family Relationships
Creating and enforcing boundaries
Navigating the dating world
Dealing with FOMO
End or Start of Relationships
Low motivation in social life
No one is perfect and it's easiest to just accept it.
Everyone has something to work on.
Self-Care is everything.
You binge the latest Netflix show. You buy yourself the fancy $6 coffee. Just as a physical trainer works on your relationship with your physical health, a therapist works with you on your emotional and psychological health. Therapy is just another way to focus on you.
It's not about checking a box - you have to work for it.
Just going to therapy will not change your life. It's not one of those college lectures where you can do half the reading and slide by in class. You have to be dedicated and willing to enact change in your life. It's work, but once you do so, it'll all be worth it.
History has a way of repeating itself.
In order to break out of our old patterns, we have to understand our past and our own way of thinking. Reconditioning our thought process is the only way we can strive towards a more positive future. Your new self might cost you your old one, and that's 100% okay.
I'm in . . . what's next?
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During our initial call, I'll ask for your email address so I can send you intake forms.
If we are meeting in person, you can bring them to your first session.
If we are doing tele-health sessions, you can fill out all the paperwork online.