WHY SEE A THERAPIST?
"Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate" (Carl Jung). The experiences from your past have shaped and molded your personality and decisions, oftentimes, on a level which you are not fully aware. You might be conscious of the experiences you've endured, just maybe not so much as to how those experiences have impacted you. Most of us have insight into what isn't working in our lives. Depression, anxiety, shame, self-defeating behaviors, and serial failure in romantic relationships are just a few issues many people find themselves struggling with prior to starting therapy. We know all too well what we want to change. We just don't always know how to change. Psychotherapy can help.
Finding a therapist can be an overwhelming process. To put you at ease, let me tell you a little about myself. I start from the assumption that every client is the expert on themself. My job is to provide you with an environment conducive to exploration and discovery as you work to unlock your innate ability to change, to grow, and to heal.