Individual Counseling & Therapy
Feel like you don’t know who you are?
Are you tired of repeating the same behaviors or feeling unfulfilled?
Going through a change and not sure where you'll land?
Like many people, you may feel so overwhelmed by current issues that you have lost sight of your inner most desires, what you are passionate about, or what motivates you. We will begin wherever you are to bring healing to the past and present, gain understanding of yourself and others, and bring more joy into your life.
Individuals often seek counseling to heal from past abuse or trauma and to get relief from stress. If you’ve been feeling unmotivated, experiencing relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, or grief and loss, counseling can help.
Are you frustrated by impulsivity, procrastination, or not being able to say no? Do you have symptoms related to ADD / ADHD or being an adult child of an alcoholic (ACOA) or drug abuser? If you grew up in chaos and are having a hard time creating structure for yourself as an adult, you are not alone.
Everyone you talk to is going to have their own opinions and judgments based on their own life experiences. When you learn to listen from within, you’ll end up feeling much more clear and grounded. My responsibility as your counselor is to work with you, respectfully providing reflections and confrontations that support you finding your truth.
While initial sessions help ease the immediate stress and help you gain vitality, it is important to address root causes of beliefs and behaviors that are impeding your personal growth.
There is no prescribed path of evolution. You, like everyone else, travel through life according to your unique experiences and beliefs. Integral counseling and EMDR help disintegrate imprinting of past experiences on mental, emotional, physical and spiritual levels for deeper healing and more permanent change.
Contact me today to learn how
to ease your stress and move through
barriers to deeper healing.
Call 253.651.3752 or
email to schedule an appointment.
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