Holistic Therapy for Growth oriented women who suffer from big-time self doubt

What is wrong and How I can Help

 I want to help you slow it WAY DOWN, so that you can notice, and enhance those moments that feel good.  

A string of tiny joyful moments can create a life worth living.

Our brains often get carried away. We have to assist them–by getting in touch with our bodies through our breath and attention. Then we can actually hear the inner voices that tell us what we really want to do right now, and how we really feel about that–no matter who it might inconvenience!

You feel lonely, anxious, and un-motivated. You keep going, because that is what you do. You are empathetic and insightful and this helps you navigate the world. But inside things don’t feel like you think they should.

OUR WORK TOGETHER

You need someone who gets it. Let me support you by:

counseling

COUNSELING SERVICES

Some Words of Comfort

Finding a therapist is hard. You imagine you will have to spill all your secrets in the first session to a perfect stranger. You imagine your therapist might act like your mean third grade teacher or mother, and you aren’t sure you can deal with that just now—not with everything else that is going on.

I have been there— worried about the imaginary person who waits in the chair, who might want to insert their beliefs and opinions into your raw and fragile brain. I promise not to do this. I will always respect you and the feelings and thoughts that you bring into the room.

I am warm and accepting, and my clients tell me they feel safe with me. We don’t know each other yet and it takes time to develop trust. In order to facilitate that I invite you to call me for a chat, or a 15-20 minute pre-session phone consultation. We can discuss any fears you may have and I can answer your questions.

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“The WIEBGE acronym stands for “Will I Ever Be Good Enough?”, and signifies certification in Dr. Karyl McBride’s five-step recovery model for treating adult children of narcissistic parents.”