Whether it's something you've been toying with for months or a whim you decide to look into today, the process of starting therapy can be a little daunting.
People decide to take that step into therapy for many reasons. It can range from trying to understand more about your past, or attempting to shape your future. Therapy is a built in hour to work on the things that probably get put on the back burner most days.
It’s an hour out of your week to focus on your life. People often seek out therapy because something has become unmanageable: grief, anxiety, depression, work stress, family trouble, or gender issues. I invite you to take the time to work on the issues that weigh you down in a confidential, and warm environment.
Also important to note: often people come to me as individuals, and at some point in their treatment they bring in a partner or family member. Sometimes as a simple guest appearance to confront an issue, or address a specific topic, and sometimes the focus of therapy shifts to the relationship. Because I’m trained as a marriage and family therapist I can make things as dynamic as my clients needs.