When to ask for help...
It can be
hard to tell when you need to ask for help or if you should continue to
try to make things better on your own. The following are some signs that
it might be helpful to see a Counselor:
I am a psychotherapist in practice since 1990. I work together with
everyday people with regular struggles. I coach people who are feeling
down, overwhelmed, anxious, conflicted, those that are shy or are coping
with change and transitions, making decisions, or struggling with
marital or relationship challenges.
While many people can manage their
problems on their own, the therapeutic process often enables them to
reach their goals and decrease symptoms and stress more quickly. Instead
of viewing therapy as a grim experience, I see it as an opportunity to
work together to create the best life you can have.
My manner is informal, relaxed and
insight oriented. I even believe humor can be used as an integral tool
in the therapy experience. Humor often illuminates the many strange and
challenging predicaments that we all face at times. It is my goal to help people
identify their struggles and strengths to become their true authentic
self. My philosophy is guided by my unwavering belief in people's
ability to achieve their greatest potential.
Your emotions are affecting your sleep, eating habits,
concentration, relationships and/or your everyday life.
You worry all the time and rarely feel calm or at peace.
You feel like it is not getting any better.
You feel trapped and hopeless.
You feel overwhelmed and alone and do not know where to turn.
You feel the need to talk to an unbiased person.
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