Anxiety can interfere with your well-being and quality of life. Life in today’s overly-busy and hectic world is stressful. Our brains are inundated daily with messages that we have to be more and do more, leaving us feeling overwhelmed, anxious and “stressed out.” You might feel like you want to jump out of your own skin but don’t know how to find relief. You’re not alone. I’m here to help you harness your emotions and feel better. Change is possible.
Excessive worry or rumination
Restlessness or feeling “on edge”
Trouble falling or staying asleep/fatigue
Avoiding or feeling fearful of social situations
Panic attacks: extreme fear can be accompanied by physical symptoms such as: palpitations, shortness of breath, chest pain, sweating, trembling, nausea, chills/hot flashes, and dizziness (nbci.org)
How Therapy Can Help Reduce Anxiety
In our work together, my primary goal is for you to feel safe and supported. I provide you with effective, evidence-based therapy and practical tools to manage your anxiety, lower stress, and slow down so that you can enjoy a more peaceful and balanced life.
I specifically help you:
Identify and process the triggers and sources of your anxiety.
Learn practical tools to manage anxiety.
Practice mindfulness techniques to grow self-awareness and relax, and gain control over thoughts and emotions.
Let go of and find replacements for unhelpful thinking and behavior patterns.
Identify existing strengths and get empowered to utilize them.
Develop strategies to handle problems and difficult emotions as they arise.
Depression can feel like a dark cloud over your life. The cause might any or combination of, past trauma, biological, situational, your negative thought patterns. Whatever your situation, you’re certainly, not alone. I’m here to help you find relief. In our sessions, we work collaboratively to map out a strategy to get you on the road to a
happier, healthier you.
Symptoms of Depression
Excessive sadness, crying, uncontrollable emotions
Feelings of hopelessness
Lost of interest in or withdrawal from activities that you normally enjoy
Sleep disturbances: excessive fatigue or insomnia
Changes in appetite or weight
Thoughts of self-harm, death, suicide
How Therapy Helps to Relieve Depression
My primary goal is for you to feel safe supported and challenged.
I specifically help you:
Process and heal from past wounds that hold you back and negatively affect your quality of life.
Prioritize and develop a plan for self-care that addresses mind, body and spirit.
Develop effective coping skills to handle challenges that come your way.
Identify your core values and beliefs so that you can navigate life with more confidence and ease.
Quiet your inner critic and let go of unhelpful beliefs and thinking patterns.
Discover and practice the healing power of self-compassion by learning to treat yourself as you would a close friend.
Feel more confident and connected with your self and others.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health emergency or is at immediate risk of self-harm or hurting another person call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.
To get help from a crisis or suicide prevention hotline call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at