Wondering how therapy can help you?
My job is to listen to the situation you are trying to improve and point out themes or patterns that may help you reflect and think through your actions and feelings.
I will be listening for aspects of your experience, thoughts and emotions that may be useful to explore further. This does not mean that I am pointing out ‘you got this wrong,’ or ‘you better look at this a bit more carefully.’
It is simply an invitation to be more attentive to the way you operate in your everyday thinking, experiencing and acting.
Looking at your experience from a different angle can provide more options of how to get what you want. Additionally, looking at your assumptions and opinions will help you to get to know yourself better. When you are more self aware you will feel much stronger in yourself.
Will we work well together?
I know it may have taken you a while to start looking for a therapist and feel ready to begin. I am glad you made that decision and are looking for some help. Now that you’ve started looking for help, you may be wondering how you can choose a therapist that is right for you. Ugh, more decisions. I know. Well, let’s talk about your options and help you find a good match.
- Has stress been creating problems in your life and you would like new ways to decrease or manage your stress?
- Do you want to work on concerns with any of your relationships?
- Have people made comments that you seem to worry too much or are concerned about how tired you have been?
If you answered yes, to any of those questions, I want to work with you!
Let’s talk. Schedule a time for a free consultation. Or call (703) 485-5143.
Don’t wait until things get worse. Take good care of yourself and get help to make the changes you want. Getting started is easy and I am looking forward to talking with you.