You've worked so hard to get to where you are.
Sometimes you felt like you were doing this all alone. You didn't grow up with the kind of emotional support that you needed, and so you learned to depend on yourself. Others view you as successful and often comment on how much you've accomplished in your life.
But something feels off, and you're not sure when it started.
Sometimes your brain feels like a tangled mess of anxiety, self-doubt, and never-ending to-do lists. You often feel overwhelmed with the intense demands of life and work, and you feel like you're failing at all of it.
You find yourself comparing your life to others, and you wish that you didn't spend so much time and energy focusing on what’s wrong with you and blaming yourself for things that don't go according to plan. You know it’s not helping you, but you don’t know how to get out of the cycle.
There IS a better way.
It is ABSOLUTELY POSSIBLE for you to:
Free yourself from the negative internal voice that tells you you're not enough.
Wake up excited about your future instead of worrying about what the day might hold.
Feel Confident about yourself and your gifts rather than putting yourself down for what you haven't accomplished.
If listening to podcasts and reading self-help books were enough to get you there, you wouldn’t be sitting here reading this right now.
You have infinite greatness inside of you. Let it win over the BS.
* Jen Sincero
It can be so hard to reach out for help. I get it — we live in a “pick yourself up by your bootstraps” culture, and many of us grew up in families where expressing our needs and asking for help wasn’t an option.
You want to feel secure enough to be able to speak your mind without constantly apologizing for having an opinion.
You want to feel confident and optimistic about your future.
Working with the right therapist can help you create lasting transformative change and growth.
And — just like dating — finding the right match makes all the difference. So, I guess I should tell you a little about me!
I love simple Starbucks iced vanilla lattes and artfully crafted 4-course meals. I’ve traveled to 35 countries, and lying in my cozy bed watching my favorite shows is paradise. I guess you could say I’m a well-rounded woman who prioritizes joy, integrity, and freedom, and loves supporting others to do the same.
I grew up believing I shouldn’t express myself and pretending everything was always “fine,” even when it definitely wasn’t. I think that’s one of the things that drew me to becoming a therapist — once I discovered the value of authentic self-expression, I wanted to give others that space and permission, too.