Are you experiencing unexplainable bouts of fear, stress, anxiety, panic, or social concern?
Are you feeling sad, down, or blue? Perhaps you are not enjoying things that used to give you pleasure, or are not finding as much satisfaction in your relationships.
Are you asking questions about your life goals, your plans, or your identity? Did you think you were clear on “who you are,” but now you are not so sure?
People decide to enter individual psychotherapy for many reasons, but usually there is some desire for a life change. While it is possible that you may be exhibiting symptoms such as anxiety or sadness, you may have an underlying sense that “something just needs to change.” People enter therapy to feel better and with the desire to grow and learn. Psychotherapy is effective in alleviating problematic symptoms as well as increasing knowledge about yourself, your relationships, purpose, values, and goals. Your therapy experience will be enhanced by being open, honest, and willing to explore in your sessions.
Even if you relate to the experiences described above, deciding to engage in psychotherapy can be an exciting and often daunting task. For many, taking the first step is the most difficult part. You can experience many emotions in making the first phone call requesting to meet with a therapist. I encourage you to consider what you want to get out of your therapy and find a therapist who is the right fit for you. Once you decide to begin therapy with me, we will schedule a 50-minute in-person initial intake appointment. Couples intake appointments are two 45-minute sessions or one 90 minute session. Appointments will then be scheduled based on your specific needs.
Free Consultation Session
Please contact me to schedule a free 20-minute consultation session to answer any additional questions or concerns. This consultation is an important way to determine whether or not you feel comfortable with me before we begin working together. Consultations can be conducted over the phone or in person.
- Anxiety and Stress
- Relationship Concerns
- Couples Therapy
- Life Transitions
- Adjustment Issues
- Family Stressors
- Work Related Concerns
- Identity Issues
- Religious and Spiritual Concerns
- Body Image
- Life Stressors