Does this sound like you?
You're the one everyone, from your boss to your mom, calls when they need support. But who checks in on you? It feels like your empathy and capability are used against you. It's time YOU received the support you so selflessly give.
You're tired of your relationships causing stress.
You can learn to set effective boundaries and choose healthier relationships.
You're terrified of failing.
You can experience the freedom of self-acceptance that comes with improved self-esteem.
You're exhausted from managing overwhelm?
You can establish coping skills that allow you to thrive in the career you love.
You're constantly worrying?
You can finally quiet your mind as you slow down your thoughts and reengage with what actually matters to you.
How Therapy Works
Step 1: Decide to pursue therapy
If you're wondering whether or not now is a good time to start counseling, the answer is probably yes. It's a common misconception that you and/or your relationship needs to be "bad enough" in order to start therapy. Therapy offers growth and healing, and there's never a bad time for that.
Step 3: Start therapy
Therapy begins with weekly appointments and will drop to bi-weekly appointments as symptoms improve. These sessions are spent processing emotions, learning coping skills, and practicing values-based living.
Step 2: Book consultation call and/or intake appointment
Step 4: Get your life and/or relationship back
Feel empowered and equipped to live the life you want to live, without anxiety, OCD, and relationship distress stopping you.