There is no one-size-fits-all approach to finding the best path for you. Your needs, experiences, beliefs, brain wiring, perceptions, history and more, make you the person you are. Other people may have similar feelings, challenges or experiences, but like fingerprints, how all of that is arranged within you isn’t replicated anywhere else.
This means what you need from therapy and a therapist is going to be unique to you. You deserve someone who “gets” you and has experience in the issues that are important to you.
A good fit with a therapist is critical for you to get the results you want. This means the therapist has experience in the areas where you need support AND you feel like there is a connection – you feel heard and understood. My professional experience is broad and my clients often seek out support for the following reasons- does this sound like you?
- You’ve had a loss or traumatic event
- Being overwhelmed by worry
- Feeling like an imposter or not belonging
- Struggling with perfectionism
- Old “stuff” is getting in your way
- Wanting better communication
- Getting a strong start on marriage
- Having or being a “needy” partner
- Wanting *this* relationship to be different
- Wanting to avoid conflict
- Being uncertain how to connect
- Feeling frustrated with your kids
- Wondering if you’re “parenting right”
- Wanting to support your LGBTQ+ kid
- Feeling unsure about a blended family
If the reasons for beginning therapy listed above feel familiar, check out the rest of my website to see if what I do and how I do it feels like the right fit for you.
I am committed to co-creating a safe, inclusive and welcoming space for everyone with whom I work, so if it feels like we might be a good fit, reach out and we can have a conversation.
Want to see if we’re a good fit? Reach out to schedule a free 15 minute call.