Individual Therapy

Together, we will work in a safe one-on-one environment that is both caring and confidential. During individual therapy we will identify what aspects of your life are challenging you and work through your feelings, beliefs and behaviors around those challenges.

Is seeing a therapist right for you?

Are you feeling anxious or stressed, and do you find it difficult to relax? Did you lose someone important in your life and now struggle to remove the grief? Is depression keeping you down, and it is it difficult to find the motivation to “get out of it”? Maybe you are troubled by addictive behaviors you would like to change or would finally like to be that best version of you but find a little voice inside that holds you back. A significant personal trauma such as a divorce or a job loss can also be a great challenge. These are some emotional states and personal circumstances that you may find difficult to navigate individually – and your situation may be entirely different. Therapy may help you find the breakthrough you are looking for.

Let’s be honest – these are challenging times for many people.

Personal challenges can come from seemingly anywhere – our past, our expectations, our careers, our families, our intimate relationships, our self-esteem, and that’s just skimming the surface. These are confusing and troubling times for so many people. We find ourselves pressed for time, money, and emotional availability – and not just for others – even for ourselves. It’s difficult to take care of ourselves and address our needs personally and deeply in such a fast-paced world.

One-on-one therapy can be that special pause in your day.

For 30 years, I have worked with people from all walks of life to help them toward the path they seek for themselves. Through our work together, we’ll explore what’s really driving you to feel the things you feel and take the actions that you take; this process will also help unearth opportunities for long-lasting transformation.Increased awareness of your feelings should also lead to greater self-acceptance, self-esteem, and a healthier version of self-control. It should also help you craft a positive vision for your life that motivates and inspires you.

Personal challenges will continue to arise, but the process of one-on-one therapy should help you implement viable solutions and long-term strategies. By investing in your own mental well-being today, you may be able to eliminate years of possible future emotional trauma. You can feel better and change your life!

You can feel better and find success.

You don’t need to keep feeling this way! You can feel better and change your life by taking an honest look at what’s really affecting you and developing thought processes and habits that guide you toward positive change. The change you really want is the change we can create together. Please call me today, I will be happy to help you.

You may still have questions – let’s try to address them

Life is a tough right now, but is therapy really necessary?
Ultimately you will decide for yourself if you’d like help working through what’s bothering you; however, there are also several signs to look out for as well.

1. Do you feel run-down, tired, or angry for an extended period without knowing why?
2. Do you feel sick or under the weather, even after having a clean bill of health confirmed by doctors?
3. Are your relationships becoming strained and unmanageable?
4. Are close friends and family members suggesting you seek professional help?
5. Is your mood and mindset affecting your work performance negatively?
6. Do your emotions feel more intense in reaction to daily events than you think they should?
7. Have you suffered a trauma and found yourself unable to stop thinking about it?
8. Have you turned to a substance or alcohol to relieve how you feel?
9. Do you feel disconnected or disinterested in the hobbies you normally love?

If the answer to any of these are in the positive, therapy may help you. By breaking and reestablishing the patterns with which you view and take actions in your life, you may experience immense positive change.

Therapy seems expensive, and I am not sure it will make a difference.
I focus on long-term solutions that lead individuals to modify their behaviors independently and create more satisfying and fulfilling lives. Individual therapy is an intervention and may help you prevent year of unnecessary future emotional trauma.

Everyone is different, but the techniques and processes developed from my 30 years of psychotherapy experience have helped individuals chart a healthy path forward.