No one gets how you feel.
You feel scared, angry, paralyzed, tired – how can you get help? Should you reach out to a therapist or not?
Your friends are sympathetic about how you feel, but you can tell they tire of listening to your complaints. More often than not, they seem to be busy when you want to meet. And you don’t feel like wanting to connect with anyone – you do but don’t know how anymore.
Anxiety, frustration, fear, and sadness are constant states of being for you.
All you want is to have someone to listen and understand how hard it’s been. You want to be seen and heard.
Moving forward seems impossible.
You feel stuck and don’t know how to move forward.
As you look over your life, you repeatedly see a pattern of making the same decisions, which always brings you stress and worry.
You feel programmed to think and react in a specific way every time.
And you have! Is it possible to move forward? If so, how do you start?
Therapy can help get you moving.
While working together, we can identify the program that contributes to your stress, sadness, and worry.
Once we identify the issues, we can delete the old program and replace it with a new one that will bring you the joy, love, and freedom you have longed for all your life.
This work isn’t easy, but you can do it. I can give you specific exercises to practice, which will help you feel relaxed, capable, and in charge of your life.
You will have homework, but it’s not to add more stress to your life. Rather, it will help you build your new program to have the life you want.
Experience a safe space – one free of judgment.
Each session is full of humor, support, nonjudgment. Let me give you an example of what I mean.
A client wouldn’t respond to me, and finally, she said that her behavior was so out of line in the previous session that she thought I would judge her harshly. She felt embarrassed.
We discussed why she thought I would judge her, and a lot of valuable information came forth about how she sees the world. I assured her that I was neither angry nor judged her but accepted that she was going through a tough time.
By the end of the session, she was happy and glowing because she felt heard, not judged, and realized an essential part of her program that she could choose to deactivate.
Therapy can help.
I want the same for you. Please know that I don’t judge. My role is to see you begin to experience a new life, one without anxiety, frustration, and sadness.
Reach out today!