Women’s Issues

“I’m not good enough.”

This thought has plagued you for so long. You have good days, but more often than not, you find yourself caught up in the despair of not feeling good enough.

Friend, daughter, sister, wife, student…

It’s easy to fill in the blank of all the roles where you feel like you don’t measure up.

You’re tired of feeling this way.

You can’t get out of this rut. You have a good life – or so it appears from the outside. Most people would never guess that you were struggling because (they think) you carry it so well.

But on the inside, you’re stuck; it feels like you can’t move forward.

Your self-worth has been declining for years, and you can’t find a way to get back to your carefree, joyful self.

2001413429You’re coping the best way you know how.

Some days, you overindulge in whatever will take the pain away: food, alcohol, or a relationship that distracts you.

Sometimes, you can manage the anxious thoughts, but sometimes they run wild. One thing sets it off, and before you know it, you’re spiraling.

It’s like you don’t have control of your mind all the time. These days, it feels like a marathon just to make it to bedtime.

You’ve known for a while that you needed help.

But a part of you has been holding out, hoping you could figure it out on your own.

You’re typically the person taking care of everyone and everything else. So, admitting you’re the one who needs help feels very out of place for you.

You take a look around at the life you have built. You’ve accomplished a lot, but something is missing.

671386915You’re stronger than you know.

Take a deep breath and read that one more time.. You are in fact stronger than you know.

Just the fact that you’re seeking help shows me that you’re not someone who is ready to give up.

As an integrative therapist, it is my goal to make sure you feel safe and heard and you get the most out of therapy. This will look like coming up with a therapeutic approach that is best suited to your specific needs.

Having consistent, regular support from a therapist will allow you to identify and learn to manage your triggers, break free from excessive worry and negative thoughts, and develop skills to increase your self-esteem.

You’re not alone in this…

I’m here to support you… every step of the way.

It’s okay to ask for help.

Call me today to schedule your free consultation: (614) 859-2419.