Are you feeling depressed or anxious? Are you feeling conflicted about a relationship? Are you concerned about your behavior? Do you have difficulty identifying your goals? Is it hard to effectively create the life you want? It doesn’t have to be this way.
Therapy is an effective tool to manage symptoms of anxiety and depression, to facilitate changes in behavior, and to foster personal growth. Research has shown that psychotherapy enhances overall mental health and self-esteem. It can be
helpful in making informed decisions regarding real life dilemmas. Psychotherapy can help you to better understand yourself and others, leading to greater satisfaction in all aspects of life—in work, love, family and play.
Consulting with a psychotherapist and taking the step to begin psychotherapy can be one of the best investments you make in yourself. Seeking professional help is not a sign of personal weakness, dependence or cowardice. Rather, it is an assertion of your maturity, inner strength, and independence.
Once you decide to get professional help, you want to find someone you can trust—someone who makes you feel comfortable and with whom it is easy to talk to. But a good psychotherapist does more than just listen. A psychotherapist has the skills and professional training to help you learn how to cope with your life when you are overwhelmed. Psychotherapy is a joint effort; it requires the active participation from both the therapist and the client. The progress you will make depends on many factors, including your motivation, the time and effort you put into the process, and other life circumstances.
Please explore the rest of this web site to learn more about me and my approach to psychotherapy. The information should help you decide if you are ready to begin a process of self exploration and growth.
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