I believe that my job as a therapist is to create a safe space for you to be vulnerable, heard, seen, and supported.
When facing issues around depression, grief, and eating disorders, it’s difficult to be vulnerable. Your environment has not allowed you to be yourself fully. You are worried about being judged for your thoughts, or even worse, completely rejected.
You feel unfulfilled, numb, and sluggish day in and day out.
Life feels directionless… like there is no purpose.
You’re probably wondering how I’ll be different and if you should trust me.
I understand that you are hesitant, and no, I am not a great fit for everyone. I find the relationships that I build with my clients to be the most important part of the process.
Because of this, I ask how you think therapy is going, and I am always open to feedback on how I can improve and grow as a therapist that best suits you once we have entered the therapeutic process.
Therapy with me is not only relational, but I am great at digging deeper into issues and finding the root of problems.
I have found that when the client can identify the root of the problem, they can grow towards change that lasts instead of temporary behavioral changes.
I have seen meaningful connections change lives, and I can’t wait to have that with you!
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