Condoleo is a latin word that means "to feel another's pain deeply, to greatly suffer with another, to empathize". At Condoleo Counseling and Coaching we believe in coming alongside you in your pain through strong empathy that leads you to feeling seen, heard, and supported.
You don’t have to live a life that feels unfulfilling and a lack of passion for the things that you once were passionate about, all of us deserve to live fulfilling lives, and lives that make us happy. Not a life that feels like you're sleepwalking. But instead you feel in control, connected, validated and supported.
You get home…
… put down your things, take the dog out, and start cooking dinner.
It’s the same routine day after day, and it’s wearing you down.
What happened to my motivation?
Will I ever feel like my life can be fun and enjoyable again?
Life feels too demanding.
You don’t have time to think about what you want out of life, your needs, and your desires because you’re too busy taking care of others.
What are your values? Dreams? What gives you joy?
Together I believe we can discover these, work towards living life as your best self, and gain a more fulfilling day to day life.
Lasting change happens when you are deeply known by the person on the other side of the conversation – when you can be vulnerable and feel unconditionally accepted and validated.
Healing happens when we process our past experiences and how they are influencing our daily lives and relationships. If you are looking for someone to lead you towards this type of change, I’m in. I’m here for it.
I’ll help you get to the other side of the pain in your life.
Fulfillment and growth are possible for you.
It is hard to show up and pretend you’re okay.
It is difficult for you to feel your grief with others, especially when you don’t feel they understand. Together we can find a way that feels like a good healing plan for you.
Choosing to do something about your disordered eating and negative body image is courageous. Choosing to better your relationship with food and body image is huge, and scary. You don't have to do it alone.
You wonder if you will ever feel comfortable simply expressing how you feel and get a supportive response instead of a dismissive one. Safe spaces do exist for you to be able to process your emotions and to feel seen.
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