Yes, the thought of beginning therapy may feel a bit scary. After all, it is a process that asks you to look at and confront many parts of yourself that you might find difficult, that you don’t like, or are embarrassed of, or maybe that are just hard to look at because they bring up a flood of feelings. You might feel a bit stuck in some areas of your life, you find that you are repeating the same mistakes, and know that it is time to make a change, but you feel a bit lost and overwhelmed because you don’t exactly know how. The great news is;
I provide a confidential and safe space for you to explore whatever it is that you need to work through at the moment. I offer you the support, guidance, and tools to navigate unfamiliar ground. My philosophy is rooted in the strengths-based approach. Because therapy is not only about uncovering painful wounds from the past. It is also about building up your strengths and re-connecting you to the healing tools you already carry within you. My belief is that therapy often parallels tending to a garden, with one basic principle:
Now ask yourself….
It takes a lot of courage to make the first step to move forward and initiate change. Congratulations for getting here! You have begun. Remember, therapy is a process and there are no quick fixes. The secret to making any lasting change is commitment and consistency. I am here to help make that process easier and to help you make a commitment to yourself.