Navigating those difficult times in life can be challenge when we attempt it on our own. I take a person-centered approach to counseling because no matter the age, only the person receiving the counseling is the expert of their life. Together we discover the ways to move past these hurdles and restore balance to your life.
DUE TO COVID-19 I’M OFFERING TELEHEALTH SERVICES.
For anyone who’s struggled with finding the time to see a counselor in their office, online Counseling may be the solution for you. Online Counseling offers a private, secure treatment option, and it is a comfortable and convenient way for you to see a counselor in a familiar and private setting.
How it works:
Similar to FaceTime, your therapist will send you a secure link or portal for you to log into the session. You can log in with your laptop, tablet, or phone. All you have to do is ensure you have a reliable internet connection, and then you can meet with your therapist online and dodge traffic and travel time.
- Laptop/Desktop (Preferred), Mobile Phone or Tablet
- Strong Internet Connection
- Audio Connection
There are a variety of different life stressors that cause adults to struggle with forward movement in life. The truth is that everyone can benefit from counseling because sometimes it helps to just feel heard. Whatever the issue that brings you in for counseling we will work together to explore the tools you already have and things that can be added to help you be successful and living a healthy lifestyle.
Signs that you may benefit from counseling
- Anger, irritability, or aggressiveness
- Feeling anxious, restless, or “on the edge”
- Loss of interest in work, family, or once fun activities
- Problems related to sex and performance
- Feeling sad, numb, or hopeless
- Not being able to concentrate or remember details
- Issues with sleep or feeling tired all the time
- Loss of appetite or overeating
- Thoughts of wanting to die or suicide attempts
- Physical aches or pains, headaches, cramps, or stomach problems
- Drinking excessively or using drugs
- Difficulty controlling feelings of worry
- Withdrawing from family and friends or becoming isolated
- Heart palpitations, sensations of shortness of breath, or feeling “out of control”