"If I were to die tomorrow, I'd feel fulfilled... I wouldn't have gotten to this point without you" 


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Telehealth therapy: Individual therapy to support you in unraveling the emotional stress and discomfort you experience in your life. Whether you seek to release the anxiety you experience on an almost daily basis, battle your insecurities, take control over your emotional experience, or gain clarity regarding your next "best steps" to take given your current circumstances and challenges, therapy is your safe space. Learn more below. Or schedule your intro call now.



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Questions to ask a therapist during an intro call:


 What do you specialize in treating? (aka, who do you work with?)

What is your therapeutic approach? (aka, how do you do therapy?)

How would you help me with (insert your issue here)?

What's most important to you as a therapist?

How would you tailor treatment to me and my specific issues?

It's important that I receive (insert what you want out of therapy here)- can you provide that?

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Attention fellow anxious woman...


You're a sensitive person, you feel deeply, it's hard to let things go, you beat yourself up and you feel guilty for a lot of things you wouldn't guilt another for. You invalidate your feelings and neglect self care while you're after helping everyone else.  In fact you're great at helping others, teaching others or maybe even healing others- but you're suffering on the inside.


You want to better yourself, but you feel like you're constantly back sliding when you get angry and irritable with your husband or end up overthinking and overwhelmed.  And even though you know what you "should" be doing more of (or less of) in order to be mentally well, you aren't doing it.  You're so burnt out, overwhelmed, anxious, depressed and frustrated with your life and the people in it (maybe even holding onto a toxic relationship or two... which is taking up a lot of your time and energy). 

Chances are, you also have a traumatic background that left you feeling unsupported, unloved or unsafe in some way.  So let me tell you right now, if this is you, it's no wonder you're reading this page on my site, trying to decide whether it's worth it to invest in your mental health.


You need better coping skills because it feels like nothing's working (and no matter how much weed ya smoke, you're still not feeling better- yes, I see you). 

I will not judge you, I will not direct you, I will not pretend to be the expert on YOUR life.  But I'll educate you, empower you, and build a therapeutic relationship with you to support you in building a great relationship with yourself.  Because self love doesn't have to come inherently, it comes from practice.  It's a skill that can be learned, and I'd be honored to witness your journey in learning it.

"Thank you so much, you are amazing."


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