“I don’t know where to turn, what to do, no one seems to understand, I feel alone. Am I the only one going through this? What happened to us?”
These are some of the sentiments that may have preceded you looking for a therapist. You could be having conflict with your adolescent, your spouse or with yourself. This fork in the road reminds me of the poem by Dylon Thomas which says “do not go gentle into that good night” because metaphorically speaking – you are fighting for a way to make things better & improve your present situation.
Therapy is collaborative and a place where you have a voice and if willing to do part work, part hope and part reflection then let’s get started! I have experience working with families, couples and individuals with communication, depression, suicidal ideations, substance abuse and other mental health areas.
“Rage, rage against the dying of the light” and contact me now so we can begin your journey of healing. There are no guarantees in therapy but even the smallest step toward change can be a tremendous leap in the right direction.