UPDATE (Dec 2020): Due to COVID-19 all sessions are currently held remotely through video conference. At this moment there are no immediate plans to return to in-person sessions until, at least, Spring/Summer 2021.
Looking for help?
You’re feeling down. Perhaps it’s hard to get out of bed, or you can’t stop worrying about something. You feel like somehow everyone is managing way better than you are. You feel like you’re wearing a mask, just pretending (barely) to get by. You feel like you have a weight on your back that you can’t get rid of, and you’re getting really, really, really, tired of carrying it. You’re looking for some help, and guess what – you’ve come to the right place.
So, what is and why psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is a tool and resource that uses specific, evidence-based, treatments (yes, including CBT) to help individuals learn about themselves, develop acceptance, and learn self-compassion. It teaches people ways to stand strong through adversity, and to feel okay with themselves throughout all of life’s ups and downs.
Psychotherapy is great for people who:
Are struggling with mental health and want to find ways to cope
Want to learn more about themselves
Feel like they need a change in their life, but are unsure of how to start
Want to share and explore your thoughts and feelings in a non-judgemental and safe space
Want to be reminded of their strengths, passions, and the life you want
Anyone and everyone! (We all have skeletons in our closets that we should probably be airing out…)