Just you and me – 1-on-1 – working together on whatever you want. Doesn’t that sound great?
It can be big and transformative. Right now. You deserve to feel better.
Do you sometimes feel like there is a hole inside you that you are trying to fill?
Does your inner voice continually criticize you?
Do you read the “self–improvement” books and articles but nothing seems to change?
Is your life not what you want it to be?
Counseling can help you improve your relationship with your self and others.
Stopping to clean, dress and stitch up your emotional injuries is a key step toward attaining the life you want.
Individual counseling is an invaluable way to get help with this process.
You re-evaluate the beliefs and patterns you created about loving and being loved.
Outworn, self-sabotaging attitudes get kicked to the curb.
Counseling can help you –
- Reduce anxiety, stress and excessive worry
- Stop people pleasing
- Make better decisions
- Feel more hopeful and less depressed
- Find a great partner or improve the relationship you have
- Manage all types of loss
- Discover how to trust and love (again)
- Resolve career issues
- Create more intimacy
- Improve your life-balance
- Know your own value
All of us have times when it feels as if we cannot cope.
At these times, nothing we do seems to be right and we may feel overwhelmed.
When we feel hopeless or powerless, we may want to run away, just give up, distract ourselves or blame others. We may feel depressed, anxious, helpless, sad and/ or angry.
We can hit these times at any period in our life but especially when life transitions occur.
It may be the launching of a child, a job loss or change, going through a divorce or a difficult period in a relationship, the death of a parent or other loved one, a serious illness or even an important birthday.
We may also be unsettled by positive events such a new career, accomplishing an educational goal, having a baby, or developing a romantic relationship.
I know that it is really hard when you do not seem to know yourself anymore or how you used to be does not seem to work as well.