My Approach to Helping
It takes so much courage to even get to the point where you are right now: looking for someone to help you when something in your life feels “off.” Maybe you can’t point to a specific event or problem that keeps happening, but you just know you aren’t the person you enjoy being. Maybe you are walking around feeling like you’re going through the motions, but don’t connect to anyone. Maybe you’re questioning whether or not you will ever experience true love or find a career that brings you satisfaction and joy. Maybe you can’t remember the last time you felt joy.
I approach your concerns from a holistic, individualized perspective. You are unique and your talents, personality, and authentic self are what will ultimately put you on a sustainable path to wellness. I will walk alongside you throughout our time together to help you become more comfortable in your own skin and be able to articulate your needs to important people in your life, and to support you in becoming a better friend to yourself.
I can’t wait to meet you and support you in showing the world what an amazing person you are.
More Info About My Practice
Insurance is accepted, and I am an in-network provider with Beacon, Cigna, Horizon Blue Cross Blue ShieldAnthem, and United Health CareOptum. I accept all major credit cards as well as Venmo. Free parking is available on-site.
Specific Issue(s) I’m Skilled at Helping With
If you have panic attacks, anxiety attacks, persistent depressive thoughts, or sense that you are often just getting in your own way, I can help you reduce symptoms and remove blocks. I am also qualified to administer career assessments and have experience guiding clients through career transitions.
My View on the Purpose of Psychotherapy
You are the best authority on your life, your feelings, and your way out of whatever isn’t serving you at this time. My role as the therapist is to help you recognize and develop your natural talents and live a fuller and more joyful life. This means different things to different people, but often looks something like learning how to cope with panic attacks, set boundaries with people who constantly push them, or just creating more time and space for the activities that feed your soul.
My Blog Posts
- How to Deal with a Workplace Bully
- The Career Plateau: Not Entry-Level, but Not Experienced
- Mentors and Networking: Getting Help for Getting Ahead
- Preparing for a Job Interview: Is This Employer for You?
- Don’t Let Your Ego Ruin Your Job Search—or Your Job
- Rumors and Bad Vibes: The Problem with Office Gossip
- Guilt-Free Career Change: 4 Reasons to Find Your Happy Place
- 5 Career Tips for Information Technology Professionals
- When Is It Time to Leave a Job?
- In Search of the Elusive ‘Good’ Job
- Career Planning Now: Making Plans for an Uncertain Future
- Why Volunteer? The Hidden Payoff of Donating Time
- The Rut: How to Cope with Job Burnout
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