Individual Therapy

“Loving ourselves through the process of owning our story is the bravest thing we’ll ever do.”
– Brené Brown

What I see…

It’s close to impossible to predict all human behavior and what is going to happen in life – but generally, I see folks coming in because they have reached a point of growth where they feel like it would be helpful to have a competent and compassionate ear.

They might be going through an identity crisis or may be having trouble embracing their truest self; they might want someone to talk things through – to untangle the issues, pressures, and expectations so they can see more clearly.

That’s usually when folks reach out to me. And generally, there’s either a connection or there’s not – no pressure. Every person is not made for one other – and that’s okay.

It’s important to find someone with whom you connect, so you don’t end up in a place where you choose not to seek therapy at all and stay stuck feeling overwhelmed, unheard, and out of options.

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What IS therapy?

Therapy, psychotherapy, or talk therapy is a way to help folks with a wide variety of mental health concerns, emotional difficulties, and daily life challenges. There are many psychotherapies, and some may work better with certain issues and identities. 

Therapy can be conducted in an individual, couple, family, or group setting. Sessions are typically held once a week for 50 minutes. Both the therapist and the individual need to be actively involved in making progress. 😉 

The trust and connection between a person and their therapist are directly linked to effective healing and a positive experience.

YOUR Story.

YOUR story is one of the most powerful things about you! It’s important to protect it. We live in a world that is constantly trying to make us into so many other things… owning our stories – our unique qualities and experiences and understanding our worthiness – gives us access to love and belonging.

Your story is a PRIVILEGE for someone to hear. Remember that. It’s important to ask yourself, “Who has earned the right to hear my story?”

I would like to be someone who hears your story and who supports you by offering care, compassion, feedback, and the space to safely explore your feelings and options.

Reach out to set up an initial session for us to meet each other and see if we’re a right fit!