I know that seeking therapy is not always easy. My goal is help you make the the process as smooth as possible for you.
People start therapy for many reasons. It’s often very helpful to have a professional to talk with. Going to therapy certainly doesn’t mean there is something wrong with you or you have a specific illness. We all need support in our lives, and therapy can help provide you with the support you need.
Most mental health conditions are very treatable. However, to achieve your goals, it takes your commitment, participation, and desire to reach your goals. If you’re your own worst critic, it’s easy to feel stuck in your head. As well, if you’re chronically hard on yourself, you can actually alter your perspective on your environment, which may lead to maladaptive thinking. This, in turn, can lead to higher levels of stress that leave you feeling unsatisfied or burnt out.
Together, we’ll work on these unhelpful thinking patterns and transform any unfair beliefs you have about yourself into a more balanced, enjoyable life experience.
During our initial evaluation or on your first visit, we’ll assess the signs and symptoms for a variety of mental health conditions. This entails an exploration into different aspects of your life, including biological, psychological, and social facets. Once we achieve a good understanding of each of these components, we can then formulate a thorough and well thought out treatment plan tailored to your needs and goals.