I think I always knew that I wanted to be a person who helped. I’ve truly never met a stranger, and love the art of conversation! My role as a therapist affords me the best opportunity to meet people where they are, and participate in their individual journeys towards moving past overwhelming trauma, ruts, and maneuvering and managing life’s anxieties. I view life as a journey. I view my role as a therapist as that of a cartographer; a map maker of sorts.
Are you overwhelmed or stuck in a rut? Part of being overwhelmed or stuck in a rut is feeling a loss of control. Changing your perspective, changes your reality. Changing both, allows and affords for a shift in how you reset your focus. Finding one’s focus is all about taking a keen and hard look at you! What areas do you find that you need to bring into focus, and and what areas do you feel you need to push into the background? As well, which areas do you find that you simply need to blur? These are the questions that lead you to pause, breathe, reflect, and then do the work necessary to take better care of your well-being.