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"Courage doesn't happen when you have all the answers. It happens when you are ready to

face the questions you have been

avoiding your whole life."

It is no surprise that individual therapy still comes with some stigma attached to it. Some people think individual therapy is only for people who are "crazy" or "weak". So, let's clarify a few things— most people who initiate counseling do not have a serious mental illness. They have serious life challenges or are going through such difficult times that their go-to coping skills are no longer working or their problems are starting to affect their day-to-day lives. Going to a therapist when you're feeling sad or overwhelmed should be as normal as going to the doctor when you have a cold.


I imagine you are here because something is not feeling quite right in your life and you are ready to do something about it. Taking the first step by looking for help is a great start. Individual counseling is a unique experience that allows you the opportunity to take a deeper look at yourself, your thoughts, behaviors and the subsequent outcomes. Taking the time to understand your true motivations and unhealthy lifelong patterns can be incredibly empowering.

Common Benefits

of Individual Therapy

  feeling heard + understood

•  relief from emotional distress

  manage stressful life circumstances

  improve mood

•  learn new coping skills

  learn to identify + express emotions

  greater self-acceptance 

•   insight + understanding of self

•  improve communication skills

  healing old wounds

  improve conflict resolution abilities

  decrease emotional reactivity

  develop a new, healthy perspective


How Can I Help?

The therapeutic process is about gaining insight and learning how to positively adapt to your present circumstance. I offer a safe environment for you to
openly discuss your fears, challenges, needs, triumphs and to identify ways to move forward with a deeper understanding and clarity.


Depression + Anxiety

Low self-esteem

Relationship difficulties

School and work-related stress

Life transitions + Decisions

Parenting concerns

Empty Nesting

Stress + Burnout



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