You’re just not happy, but you’re not really sure why.
You have a good job, but some days you really dread going to work.
You’re good at what you do and people count on you, but you can’t (and don’t) want to do for everyone else all the time.
You love your family and friends, but some days you want to hide in a good book or on a deserted island somewhere (aka the bathroom).
And when you finally do take time for yourself, you feel guilty and get distracted thinking about what you should be doing instead.
It can be hard to concentrate. There are so many things running through your head.
You feel tired a lot, but when you try to fall asleep at night it’s hard to turn your brain off.
It can be hard to relax and feel at ease.
Life just feels hectic and stressful.
I counsel people on how to overcome life’s challenges and find peace of mind.
While I don’t have a magic wand to fix it all, I have been in your shoes; constantly worrying about something I said, whether or not I’m a bad parent, or what I should be doing, wearing, eating, reading, watching compared to everyone else. Just trying to do my best at everything.
Take back control over your life and achieve the happiness and contentment you deserve.
Counseling can help you overcome excessive worrying and chronic feelings of uneasiness, so you can focus better at work and be more present at home.
You can learn how to have self-compassion, feel more confident, learn ways to relax, and get more out of your relationships.
You can learn how to stop comparing yourself to others and stop Shoulding all over yourself.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I schedule an appointment?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 618-554-2830 to schedule an appointment. Daytime and Evening appointments are available, Monday through Thursday, for your convenience.
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What are my payment options?
The cost for a 50-minute session is $110.00.
I am an in-network provider with Anthem/Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Healthcare.
Payments can be made via cash, check, debit/credit card, and health savings cards.