About Therapy For Adults
Are you a person who struggles with anxiety?
Do you have difficulty with relationships?
Are you highly sensitive?
Do you get your feelings hurt easily?
Do things bother you that don’t seem to bother others?
Do you have a hard time knowing why you feel the way you do and need
help knowing how to feel better?
Do you have a hard time understanding how your choices and behaviors
influence how others react to you?
Is it hard for you to stay organized or complete tasks?
Are you dealing with a life transition?
We all go through difficult times in our lives when we need support and an objective
informed perspective to help us sort through our challenges and see the way forward.
Sometimes we need someone to talk to who can help us to sort things out for ourselves.
Sometimes we need help figuring out how to plan and organize our daily life. Sometimes
we need help understanding other people or even ourself.
I use many different approaches, depending on what you need and how I can be most helpful. My orientation is eclectic, which means that I use many different approaches and theories in my work, depending on the person
in front of me and the issues that have brought you into therapy.
Part of choosing a therapist is finding someone who feels like a good "fit". That means, someone who is able to see things from your perspective and understand why you have made the choices you have made in your life; someone who can understand your needs, feelings, desires and goals; someone who can see the way forward and someone who can help you find your way. Your gut may tell you that I am a good "fit" for you, or maybe, that I am not. Trust your gut!