Depression can feel overwhelming and lonely. It’s hard to fulfill obligations of work, parenting, and other responsibilities when you're struggling with feelings of fatigue, sadness, hopelessness and even irritability. You don’t have to struggle alone. You deserve better and individual counseling can offer that to you. I can help you better understand how your depression got started and what is helping to maintain these feelings.
Once we've uncovered what has contributed to these feelings, I can help you develop the skills to better manage your emotions by learning ways to minimize the frequency and intensity of these symptoms. Together, we will develop an individualized plan to help you achieve your goals so you can live more authentically and feel better.
Do you find yourself in a constant state of worry about numerous things in your life? Are you having a hard time controlling your worry? Are your worrisome thoughts interfering with your ability to function the way you want to in key areas of your life? Then it’s time to do something about it.
You can learn to control your anxiety so that it is no longer controlling you. Life brings forth many changes and sometimes those changes can be challenging to navigate on our own. Untreated anxiety can have a serious impact on your physical and emotional health. Don’t allow your stress to rob you of your happiness and your health. In Individual counseling, you will learn helpful tools to effectively manage your day to day stress. These tools will help you to build resiliency, combat and prevent stress and anxiety from taking over your life.
I will work with you to meet you where you are in your journey of hope and healing. You can do it. I know you can because you’ve already taken the first step. You’re HERE! Take the next step by scheduling your appointment today.
Imagine living the life you have been wanting to live and being the person you truly want to be. Paint a clear picture in your mind. What do you see?
“To rid yourself of old patterns, focus all your energy not on struggling with the old, but on building the new.” – Dan Millman.