We can feel overwhelmed at different times in our lives and sometimes it’s no big deal. Sometimes, you can just buckle your chin strap and work through the muck. But, there are times in life when we need another person to guide us and walk along side us through our struggles – the darkness of depression, the discomfort and tension of anxiety, the confusion and disconnect from growing up in a dysfunctional home. Therapy offers a space for healing and walking through these experiences. A place where you can learn more about yourself, more about your own strengths and abilities, and become the person you are meant to be. It allows you to bring your behaviors into alignment with your values. If you find yourself wondering “Why am I doing this again even though I don’t want to and it makes me miserable?” then you may benefit from individual therapy. I’d like to extend an open invitation to reach out when you are ready.
Wanting to learn more about your Therapist is normal and important for developing a trusting relationship in therapy. So here’s a little information about me! One of my favorite activities is hiking with my husband, my kids, and our dog. I believe wholeheartedly in the healing power of the natural world. Another favorite outdoor activity of mine is horseback riding.
When I’m at home I enjoy gardening, reading, raising our new chickens, organizing, and playing games with my kiddos. Let’s see, I also try to read a daily devotional and have a spiritual prayer practice. With regard to my education and work, I went back to school to get my Master’s degree in Psychology after spending quite a few years getting my life in order. I live an active recovery lifestyle, regularly addressing my own hurts, habits, and hangups – so I make every effort to practice what I preach. I appreciate authenticity. And, I absolutely love being a therapist!! There is nothing more inspiring than witnessing someone walk through adversity, while learning to trust in themselves and others.
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