Things can be overwhelming, doubt can set it, shame can be a burden.
You always feel unsure, ill at ease, and out of sorts. You wonder if these thoughts are “normal” and why you feel like you do.
There’s a hyper-critical voice inside your head that never lets up, telling you to ignore your emotions and just get over them.
Sometimes, you wonder if these feelings are related to your past and if, over time, you’ve internalized the criticism you received from others growing up.
You have thought about therapy,…
… but you fear the judgment of not being “normal.”
I am here to tell you, “You are normal.” It is not unusual to feel overwhelmed and experience doubt and shame. You are not alone in this journey. I have heard many life stories, and each one is important. Each story has a place in my office where it can unravel with ease.
Thoughts can fester, burden, and haunt.
Feelings can boil and build up.
The body can reach its limit.
We all need help to feel better and move forward.
I can help you feel better.
For over 20 years, I’ve been working with people like you and guiding them on the path to healing.
Taking the first step can be scary, but I know you have the strength to make it to the other side.
It may not always be easy; it takes bravery and commitment, but you owe it to yourself to try.
“Be messy and complicated and afraid and show up anyways.”
– Glennon Doyle Melton
Find comfort amid the chaos.
Feeling safe and secure is the most critical aspect of an effective therapeutic environment.
That’s why I offer therapy both in-person in my office and virtually from the comfort of your own home.
It’s time to find a therapist who lets you be messy and embraces all the confusing complexities of your unique experience.