We cover our traumas with addiction, anger, discontentment and unhealthy attachments because in the moment this seems like an easy choice; ingest this, do that, hurt them and our traumas will stop rearing its ugly heads. What if instead of your traumas being the story, they are a byline? 

 

It’s society that is messed up not you but that doesn’t mean we can’t strive to make ourselves better. Don’t limit yourself to how others see you. Together we can challenge the status quo, we grow up believing that we have to conform to the world but in a world with so many expectations we need a place where we can be yourselves. 

Imagine yourself taking another course of action, instead of reactive as you become proactive, taking charge of your life.  Of course this is the harder road, a bit less traveled. It requires not only self-reflection but it requires time and dedication. However, you don’t have to walk this road alone. We can do it together.

Everyone’s process is different; we will tailor your treatment plan to meet your needs. Some people need to meet once a week, some people need to meet once a month. With EMDR (eye-movement desensitization reprocessing) we will be able to help you develop insight which you may have been previously unaware of.

I’m clinically trained to work in the real world with real people.  We have all experienced struggle and I understand the importance of connecting with a real person. After years of clinical training I have figured out that the best way to treat someone is to embrace and accept people for who they are without judgement. 

 

After you schedule your first session we can decide what suits you best; we can meet for one hour or longer as often as we deem necessary. Everyone is different and so is your treatment plan.