Therapy is all about healing: Healing from the past, old wounds, thoughts or feelings that aren't serving you anymore.
I would love to help you along this journey of hope and healing.
Trauma and PTSD
Trauma can effect how you live your daily life. Whether it be from something you directly experienced or experienced secondarily through your job, healing and change is possible. I see my role as a therapist is to foster a space of safety so healing can occur.
Chronic Pain and Illness
Living with chronic pain or illness often means living with mental health concerns like depression and anxiety. There is hope to live a full life with the help of counseling, by learning how you approach your chronic pain or illness differently and much more.
Working as a helping professional (therapist, doctor, nurse, and other helpers) can be highly fulfilling work, but can also come with a special set of stressors, typically called secondary trauma. Having a safe space to process these things is a crucial aspect of being able to do your job well and the practice of self-care.
“Healing doesn't mean the damage never existed. It means the damage no longer controls your life"
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change"
-Carl Rogers PhD