Helping people build meaningful and fulfilling lives

Life can feel overwhelming sometimes. When you’re using alcohol or drugs as a coping tool, you may feel powerless over your life. You can get stuck in a cycle of self-sabotage that leads to isolation and pain. Maybe you’ve tried to talk to friends or family but no one really seems to understand. You look at your life and while you may be high functioning and successful in many areas, deep down you feel unworthy or unhappy. With your self-confidence slipping away, you’re starting to doubt you’ll ever achieve your dreams. You may be sad, frustrated, scared and emotionally exhausted. I’ve been there and I want to show you a path out of this place.

Benefits of Psychotherapy

Therapy is one of the most effective ways to manage your emotions, including worry, sadness, stress & anger, improve self-esteem and self-confidence, and stop self-sabotaging behaviors, including substance abuse. Therapy can also help you overcome self-limiting beliefs, release guilt, shame and fear and learn self-compassion and self-acceptance. Additionally, you can learn to set and maintain healthy boundaries, process painful past events still affecting you, grieve losses, repair damaged relationships, gain a sense of meaning and purpose, and start feeling happy again.

Like good nutrition and exercise, psychotherapy is a way to transform yourself from within. When undertaken with commitment and sincerity, therapy can enable you to make positive and permanent changes in your life.

Psychotherapy helps when you:

  • Can’t recall the last time you truly felt happy and don’t know what you need to feel happy again
  • Experience a sense of anxiety or dread every day
  • Can’t relax without using alcohol, substances or food to self-medicate
  • Feel disconnected in your relationships
  • Have intrusive thoughts or memories about a painful event
  • Are keeping yourself excessively busy with work or other activities with little or no down-time
  • Do things that self-sabotage or hurt you in the long run
  • Are ignoring your responsibilities at work or at home
  • Feel unmotivated
  • Are ignoring your self-care
  • Feel like no one listens or hears you
  • Find yourself doing things contrary to your values and beliefs
  • Keep hoping things will change but they never do

You don’t have to suffer any longer; you can grab the steering wheel and turn your life around.