Stop putting yourself last on the list.
You are the one everyone counts on – the caretaker, the go-to friend, and the confidante.
No one knows you are falling apart on the inside.
You know you need help but struggle to focus on yourself. How will you get better if you can’t find a way to take care of yourself?
Asking for help seems impossible. You aren’t even sure what you need.
Being anxious, exhausted, and overwhelmed is no way to live.
Your mind races.
Sleep is impossible.
Your body aches under the weight of all the stress.
You’re in survival mode.
And your relationships? They’re also suffering.
You’re losing your patience with your kids more frequently than you’d like to admit.
One crisis after another, and you are the one that is responsible for it all. You feel completely unsupported and stuck.
Of the many forms of therapy out there…
Individual therapy is perhaps the most impactful – whether you’re new to therapy or have a long history of self-inquiry and self-discovery.
In therapy, you set the pace to go as fast or slow as you want. You are the expert on you – defining your needs and the focus of our work.
Therapy also offers uninterrupted one-on-one support.
It’s where you can be your most authentic and vulnerable in a confidential space.
We don’t spend enough time caring for ourselves.
But individual sessions are a way to change that. In our session together, YOU are the focus. This is a time specially designated for YOU.
I want to hear your story. I want to know how your past echoes into your present.
Let’s explore the many aspects of your life, including your relationships, in the context of your family, community, and culture. These forces have shaped you in positive and negative ways. Let’s tease it all out.
We’ll co-create a path forward.
Some of the things you’ve been doing to cope have worked. Others haven’t.
We’ll create a path forward that integrates all your parts, giving you new strategies, rituals, and ways of thinking to help you let go of unhealthy patterns.
By the end of our work together…
You will be clear on who you are in your family and community context.
You’ll be able to navigate relationships with integrity and wholeness.
You will understand the patterns you’ve developed out of the need to survive.
You will learn to be more in the present moment.
It’s time to move from survival to joy and peace.
I know it can be hard to take the leap and commit to caring for yourself.
If you have gotten this far, I invite you to pause and be honest about how tired and overwhelmed you are.
You are overriding many warning signs to survive until the next day, but life can feel better. I encourage you to take the steps now to commit to yourself and your healing.
Give yourself the love you are so willing to share with others. It’s time for a change. Call me now for a free 15-minute consultation: (862) 505-1717.