Many people seek psychotherapy because they feel that they are experiencing a significant difficulty in their lives that does not simply go away with the passage of time. Are you experiencing a persistent low mood, feeling stuck in a mental pattern or behavior that distresses you, are you feeling anxious and fearful or overwhelmed?
You may be at a crucial choice point in your life but feel unable to make a decision or move forward. Communication struggles may have developed either at home, with your family members or with colleagues or peers at work. If any of these issues sound familiar you are like many people who come to see me.
Psychotherapy is a collaborative relationship where we work together to understand what changes you would like to make with both your mood and your life. I can help you develop the tools to feel more grounded, develop effective ways of relating to your thoughts and emotions and to refocus your energy on the things you truly value and find purpose in.
Clients (both adults and seniors) who experience one or more of the above issues often come to therapy with me for the following concerns:
- Anxiety, panic, worry
- Grief and bereavement
- Relationship difficulties
- Self-esteem and self-worth
- Problems with academic and work life
- Life transitions
- Adjusting to an illness
- Caregiver stress
- Stress management
- Relaxation and mindfulness
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