I believe that therapy is about showing up and figuring things out. There is no one technique or method that is better than the other. I don't treat the diagnosis, I treat the person. It's about the connection and feeling genuinely understood. The first thing you do is show up. That's it.
You are here because you are:
- Tired. SO TIRED.
- Everything is too much
- There is that pesky voice in your brain that says "what's wrong with you? Get your shit together"
- You are one second away from a meltdown or blowing up at the next person who dares to breathe in your direction
- Things are not where or what you want them to be and, quite frankly, it's pissing you off
- Alone in your struggles and it seems like other people are on the right path (what's wrong with me?)
- You are just trudging along and feel stuck
What I will bring to the session:
- A sense of humor and more than likely a couple curse words.
- A blanket, a cardigan, and at least two beverages (because that's what therapists do)
- Some insight and a new perspective.
- There is hope and potential in everyone (I know it's there, we can find it)
- A sense of humor makes things more tolerable.
- Your inner critic can be a jerk sometimes and the more you understand about yourself, the more compassion and growth you will have.
- You are worth it. You have a lot to offer to yourself and the world. Let's find it!