Happiness, Success, and Peace of Mind are Priceless.
Although you may (or may not) have a good friend you can talk to about your problems, at the end of the day, simply talking is not enough. Change, healing and growth require action and a trained professional can help you chart out an action plan that actually works for you!
Counseling is about partnering with someone (such as myself) to resolve problems that make you feel stressed and drained emotionally by interfering with your happiness, success, and ability to function. This may include issues such as anxiety or depression, trauma, relationships and much more.
In counseling, we talk with a focus to gain clarity, self-awareness, learn new skills and take control of one’s life. As your therapist, I do more than simply listening; I aim to provide you with the correct support and tools to obtain your goals.
Together we can and definitely will tackle the obstacles that are keeping you from functioning at your fullest potential!
“Just get yourself together”- Haven’t you heard that often from well- meaning friends and family members?
Women are supposed to be strong.
We are supposed to always wear a smile and keep it all together, right?
Depression is a state that affects every fiber of your being. It alters you physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. It affects your work, home, family and even your friends.
Although you may feel alone, you really aren’t! Depression is a powerful condition that comes in many forms and affects about 9 percent of American adults. Women are 70% more likely than men to experience depression. It is important to know that depression can increase your risk for other illnesses. Alternatively, sometimes dealing with an illness can also lead to depression. Many studies have also found being divorced, separated, or widowed to be closely linked to depression.
Depression can increase your risk for other illnesses and dealing with an illness can even lead to depression. Many studies have also found being divorced, separated, or widowed to be closely linked to depression.
So, how will you know if you’re depressed?
Those suffering from depression may experience:
Some women may experience a few of these symptoms but don’t necessarily feel like they have “depression”.
Don’t continue to view yourself and your life in a negative light. Make today the first day of the rest of your life, and take action for a better life and a better you.
Call today for your free consultation and get one step closer to a new you! With counseling, you can reach a place in life where you feel healthy and empowered to embark on a renewed journey towards growth and prosperity.
We all have moments when it feels like we just can’t stop ourselves from worrying. It could be over bills, an upcoming speech or presentation or the problems of a family member. Life is filled with responsibilities and uncomfortable situations that have a way of making us cringe just from the thought of them.
For some of us, the everyday anxiousness and worries are unrelenting, excessive and even scary. Maybe you have anxious thoughts that you feel incapable of disconnecting from, even when things are going well. Perhaps, you experience out of the blue panic attacks, racing thoughts, trouble breathing or intense fears. It could be that you avoid driving, large crowds, or going to new places in an effort to control your anxiousness.
Anxiety strikes women at approximately twice the rate as it does men and can interfere with relationships, sleeping, eating, work, school and your social life. It is actually one of the top reasons why individuals seek counseling. I assist clients experiencing anxiety to identify the source of their anxiousness and reduce (even eliminate) their anxiety symptoms. Many clients find that the self-reflective process of therapy helps them to better understand, disentangle and transform their anxiety.
Take control and make the first move towards transformation! Contact me today to schedule your free consultation!