What Is Therapy?
Who is it For?
Therapy can improve the quality of your life. Engaging in therapy services takes courage and effort because being in therapy essentially means you are ready to work toward the goals you identify. My desire is to help you navigate the life issues you are facing by offering therapeutic insight, tools and strategies. No matter why you’re making the choice to see a therapist, you have every reason to feel hopeful. You can live a more productive and fulfilling life.
Therapy can make you feel happier.
When you feel depressed or anxious, therapy can help. Therapy is a process for helping people learn more about themselves and the world around them. If you want to make sensible choices and feel better in your daily life, therapy can help.
Therapy can help improve chronic stress.
Many people suffer from chronic stress. If you are one of those people, I have good news for you. Therapy can help you. It has been proven that talking about your problems and getting them out in the open can actually help to reduce the symptoms of stress.
Therapy can lead to improved relationships.
Your relationships may be hurting, but it doesn’t have to be that way. We all need a safe place to vent, grow, and heal. A place where we can finally find mutual understanding and get on the same page.
Therapy can help you achieve your goals.
Reaching your goals is hard. It’s easy to say, “I want to lose weight,” but it takes a lot more to actually achieve that goal. The process of getting to your goal can be just as important as reaching the goal itself so that you don’t gain back all the weight after you lose it. Therapy can help you develop the skills that help you reach your goals.
Therapy can improve your physical health.
Therapy can be a helpful solution to alleviating stress and anxiety, and related symptoms. Many people aren’t aware of the physical changes that result from stress and anxiety. Minor issues add up over time into something much bigger. In addition to feeling more mentally stable, therapy can help you feel physically better.
I am a Licensed Private Practice Therapist with over 20 years of practice, teaching and executive leadership experience. My private practice includes service programs for those working through depression, grief, loss, and trauma and organizations seeking leadership development and programs to improve relational health and wellness among their teams.
I also offer culturally competent services to First Responders and BIPOC communities.
My Practice Principles are to Live with Courage, Be Guided by Integrity, Choose To Trust, Demonstrate Loyalty, and Do It with Excellence.
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