Are you a natural helper, healer or innovator?
You are in the right place.
Many of the people I work with learned at a young age to be there for others first. As a result, they have a much harder time locating and attending to their own needs; they often feel stuck in various areas of their lives.
Finding your needs is a huge step, but asserting your needs might also be challenging. The task can feel frightening, selfish or uncaring. People in your life might not welcome such assertions, easily sending you back to the more familiar task of caring for others in a way that denies your self. You might feel as if there is simply no room for your needs, leading you to avoid the issue entirely, for fear of disappointment.
I help people practice keeping their needs in focus.
I have worked with people struggling with anxiety, depression, dislocation, grief, trauma, relationship issues, work issues and codependency.
I have worked with a diverse group of clients, in terms of ethnicity, age, socio-economic status, religious affiliation and sexual orientation.