It can become increasingly difficult to manage the many “hats” we, as adults, wear – parent, spouse, employee/employer, volunteer, classroom parent, and so on. It isn’t always easy to manage the adversity life may throw at you, like divorce, parenting, trauma (past and present), anxiety, depression, or things like illness and disease, life stage transitions, and even death.
Sometimes talking to a stranger can be easier than talking to friends or family. During our time together I will listen to you and help you find your own answer to problems or concerns, without judging you. It is a chance to look at your problems in a different way and with someone who will always respect you and your opinions. I use evidence-based approaches, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, and person-centered therapy, to help you gain self-awareness and understanding that you can grow from.