You have taken the first step. Help is right around the corner.
My clients often tell me that they’ve been putting on the happy face for everyone else while inside they are exhausted from pretending to be someone they’re not. They come to me because the tightness in their chest and weight on their shoulders is becoming a familiar friend. They find themselves repeating the same patterns with jobs, friends, or significant others. Their spouses don’t understand why they can’t just pull themselves together. My clients don’t want to be snapping at their spouses or kids, but they feel like they are always on edge. They ask me to help them break the cycle to live the life they’ve always wanted.
I know that you want to find peace. You want to be able to turn off your mind so you can finally get some sleep at night. You want to truly enjoy the life you are living. I can help you learn to stay calm in situations that you normally would’ve yelled, avoided, or shut down.
How do I know if right now is the time to find a therapist?
You have probably been debating whether or not you really need help for months, maybe even years. You may ask yourself, how will therapy help, anyway? It’s just talking. Except it’s not. Therapy is a transformation. I can help you discover the tools to become the best version of you. I can help you reconnect with your spouse. I can help you learn how to talk to them in a way that everyone is being heard. I will give you the tools to solve your problems, find your joy, and transform your life.