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Mental Health is True Wealth

Consider your mental health the thread that holds your life together. Consequently if your mental health is in poor shape your entire life will start to unravel! Disruptive anxiety may cause you to have trouble sleeping, feel physically unwell, struggle concentrating, perform poorly at work/school/sport, suppress your thoughts and emotions, or cause you to fall into unhealthy habits as means to cope. Other byproducts of problematic anxiety include lack of assertiveness, low self-esteem, perfectionism, internal anger/resentment, and relationship issues.

If you are new to therapy, or restarting therapy, it is natural to feel anxious about meeting a stranger and being vulnerable. These feelings of anxiety are normal and should not be interpreted as a valid reason not to schedule. Anxiety has the tendency to exaggerate your fears and make things seem more challenging than they are. I create a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental environment where you are able to authentically express yourself and process your emotions. 

Benefits of Therapy

  • Learn new coping skills

  • Learn how to identify and express emotions

  • Develop a new, healthy perspective

  • Improved confidence, self-awareness, and self-acceptance

  • Improve communication skills

  • Learn to set and maintain boundaries

  • Better manage stressful life circumstances

  • Improved mood

  • Better relationships

  • Get "unstuck"

  • And more!

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Therapy for anxiety and the stuff hiding behind it.

Sometimes anxiety is the symptom of a bigger issue. Other issues that can cause anxiety include:

  • Life Transitions

  • Low Self-Esteem/Body Image

  • Suppressed Emotions

  • Traumatic Experiences

  • Relationship Issues

  • Parenting

  • Grief/Loss

  • Identity Confusion

  • Physical Health Concerns

  • Depression