During this corona virus pandemic, I know that you may be feeling anxious, fearful, and maybe alone or isolated during this more uncertain time.
Starting this week, I will be responsibly delivering video or phone session therapy to you so that we can minimize the spread of the corona virus while maintaining therapy sessions.
Our sessions will remain the same. The difference is that you will have your therapy session in a safe, secure, convenient environment—within your home.
If you decide on a video session, you will receive an email invite… Continue reading
Do You Feel Stuck? What is EMDR Therapy and How Can It Help You?
Many times we get into a rut, a repetitive cycle that occurs unconsciously. We find ourselves repeating the same behavior or thought that brings us unhappiness. Although these repetitive cycles serve to protect us in some way, in time they prevent movement toward growth and healthy living. In order to let go of this dysfunctional cycle you may need more than talk therapy.
EMDR or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a very creative and powerful method of reprocessing the repetitive cycles that make you… Continue reading
When you need guidance through a specific situation or just need someone to listen when you’re overwhelmed, your personal 1-on-1 Coach is waiting to help.
We offer a FREE 15 minute session to new clients. Contact Us to schedule it today. These sessions are only available via phone, email, text and Skype.
Fired from your job? Without help, many people who have been fired are negatively effected in their functioning at their current job and/or in their personal lives.
Many times, being fired results in feelings of humiliation, fear, and betrayal. Losing a job can leave you lacking confidence, anxious, and depressed if you don’t get help.
Cognitive reframing (which means learning to rethink your conclusions about yourself and focus on your successes rather than on your failures) is a very effective tool.
EMDR therapy is also very effective in lessening the emotional attachment to any ‘traumatic’ events in our life.… Continue reading