Psychotherapy is a powerful process for women during any time of life.

letting past experiences come to the surface, and understanding how these early influences impact your current happiness is the core of most psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy promotes awareness and deepens your understanding of yourself so you can function in the world with a greater understanding of your feelings and behaviors. Engaging in this work is a powerful and transformative process that can shift how you view yourself, others and the world.

Self-awareness is the cornerstone of change in your life. Knowing what makes you “you” is the first step in living in complete alignment with what you need to feel completely whole. Your world is not broken into parts, and you do not need to fix anything to feel better. This work is not for everyone, and you do need to be ready and willing to look inside and out for the answers you crave.

My job as your therapist will be to interpret or translate your thoughts, feelings and actions into a language that we can both understand. Your job will be garnering the courage to be as open and honest as possible, and to take responsibility for improving yourself.

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Working together we will come to understand your needs, and how to best address the problems you are experiencing.

Psychotherapy can help you with:

  • Depression that stems from feeling isolated and alone

  • Anxiety and fear about your life or future

  • Marital conflicts and unhealthy relational patterns

  • Feelings of low self-worth

  • Lack of motivation or procrastination

  • Pain from a broken heart

  • Dissatisfaction with your job or career

  • Difficulty finding, receiving or being in love

  • Getting through a challenging transition

Ready to book your free consultation?

 
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I want you to know how helpful our sessions are for me. I am so grateful for the work you have chosen to do.

In a few short weeks I went from not being able to find a reason to go on, to looking forward to everyday.
— Mary P.