Entering therapy is a gift you give yourself.

It takes courage to ask for help and make changes in your life.  It’s not easy to change.  It happens gradually when you’re willing to reflect on the things that interfere with your happiness. When depression, anxiety, trauma, or grief interfere with your life, your relationships may suffer both internally and externally.   If your life seems chaotic or lacks meaning it can be daunting to deal with these on your own.  The courage to begin this process and enter into a therapeutic relationship is a powerful first step. It empowers you to discover your essence and begin to find meaning and purpose in your life.

My intention as a therapist is to help you discover what underlies your depression or anxiety. I will help you explore ways to express what is preventing you from living your life to the fullest. We will work together to develop goals to help you heal. You will have the opportunity to express your feelings in a safe and contained atmosphere as we begin this journey toward integration.

If you’re an Occupational Therapist or Physical Therapist dealing with COVID-19, maybe you’re feeling burned out or worn out. I can help. It is not easy being a front-line worker. Self-care is essential.  Together we will explore ways to deal with this stressful situation so you can be present with yourself and your patients as well as find balance in your life.

Therapy will help you find balance in your life.

Therapy is a way to become clear about what your goals are and how to achieve them. It is a creative process which uncovers what underlies the patterns that prevent you from living your life fully. I use a variety of creative modalities to help you discover your potential and hidden gifts.

Please contact me to schedule a free initial consultation.

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“Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.”

– Ruth Bader Ginsberg