Therapy for Individuals

It takes courage to seek out help in this season of your life. You are not alone in this process. Please reach out to me via phone or email to set up a consultation call for future psychotherapeutic services.

I work with both adults and adolescents for individual and group therapy. People I work with often experience something from these areas of life:

  • Existential concerns and questions-
    • Death anxiety/Existential dread (boredom and grappling with our finitude)
    • Sense of belonging
    • Feelings of meaninglessness
    • Feelings of purposelessness
    • Worry around climate change and politics
    • Coming to terms with ambiguity and not knowing/embracing uncertainty
    • Job dissatisfaction
    • Living authentically vs. inauthentically
    • Spirituality
    • Living one’s life to the fullest potential
  • Life transitions/ change- 
    • Moved to a new city
    • New career/ looking for a new one
    • Divorce/ recent break up
    • New relationships
    • loneliness
    • Grief/loss of a loved one (whether a human or a pet)
    • Feelings of loneliness and or isolation
    • Adjustment to your new situation-
      • anxiety experienced from uncertainty and anything else
      • worry for one’s health and the health of others
      • feeling sad, exhausted, overwhelmed
      • worried for the future
      • relational conflict
      • rediscovering meaning and purpose in life
  • Creative pursuits-
    • Self-doubt
    • Finding one’s voice
    • Writer’s block
    • Lack of motivation & productivity
    • Perfectionism
    • Issues around completing a project/finding one
    • Fear of failure/ fear of being successful
  • Relational Sphere-
    • I work with monogamy, ethical non-monogamy, and polyamorous relational models.
    • Building trust
    • Communication and connection
    • Working through conflict and coming to resolutions
    • Being vulnerable
    • Anger Management
  • Stress-
    • Being a college student
    • Being there for everyone else before taking time for yourself
    • Work has become overwhelming
    • Having a To-do list that never ends
    • Forgetting to incorporate things you love and need into your schedule
  • Parental experiences-
    • Guilt
    • Not having enough time
    • Creating space for oneself
  •  Adolescents-
    •  Issues at school (with other students or grades)
    •  Making new friends/relationships
    •  Keeping your grades up/ managing time
    •  Conflict at home and school life
    •  Social media/ self-image
    •  Discovering yourself
    •  Parents going through a divorce
    •  Moving to a new city
    •  Deciding where to go to college or what to do after High School
  • Anxiety Disorders
    • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    • Social Anxiety Disorder
    • PTSD and Complex PTSD
  • Mood Disorders
    • Bipolar
    • Major Depression
  • Personality Disorders
    • Narcissistic Personality Disorder
    • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Invisible Learning Disabilities- 
    • Dyslexia
    • Dyscalculia

“Courage consists not of the absence of fear and anxiety but of the capacity to move ahead even though one is afraid.”
— Rollo May, The Meaning of Anxiety



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