Women come into therapy for many reasons. Stressors coupled with depression or anxiety can make life seem unmanageable. Trying to navigate these feelings alone can be difficult.
Maybe when you try to lean on friends and family, they don’t seem to understand. Maybe you feel that you “shouldn’t” feel the way you do. But your feelings are real and valid and deserve to be given a voice.
As the mother of 3 young children, I understand the stressors that come with motherhood, fertility, as well as loss. Once we become mothers, society tells us that we should be enjoying every minute. But if you don’t, where do you fit in? Being a mom can be one of the most stressful jobs there is, and sometimes you might feel like you are in over your head. There is so much pressure to be a “good” mom that we forget to take care of ourselves.
Deciding to take the leap and talk to a therapist can be scary, and I am here to try to make the process less daunting for you. I am so glad that you decided to reach out. I pride myself on being warm and relatable. My office is a space without judgement and is free of shame and blame.
My job as your therapist is to help you give your pain a voice. I use a holistic approach to find out what works for you and what treatment method will fit best to help you feel better. We will work together collaboratively to honor your story and create a new narrative. In therapy, we will be healing your hurts and finding new, more adaptive ways for you to navigate your world.
Most importantly, you don’t have to go through this alone. Together we can find new ways to heal and feel. Your life can be different no matter how young or old you are. It is never too soon or too late to find happiness and healing.