Let’s put an end to the over-thinking, self-doubt, & overwhelm.
You are good enough (even if that voice in your head is telling you otherwise).
Anxiety has a way of creeping into just about every area of life, causing us to question not only what we do, but who we are. You might be:
Noticing unhelpful relationship patterns: continuing to stay with partners who you aren’t compatible with, jumping from relationship to relationship, or struggling to be alone
Giving more than you’re getting: feeling burnt out or resentful in relationships because you’re doing most of the emotional “labor”
Struggling in your career: constantly worrying if you’re doing a good enough job or wondering if you’re on the right path at all
Wrestling with your identity as an LGBTQ+, kinky, or polyamorous person: exploring questions related to gender or relationships or feeling like you’re not queer or trans “enough”
Anxiety therapy can help you quiet that inner critic, get back in touch with yourself, and transform your anxiety into calmness & confidence.
My Approach to Anxiety Counseling
We’ll start by creating a roadmap of our work together: understanding what’s important to you, how anxiety has been showing up in your life, and what your goals are. We’ll also look at the ways neuroscience and the brain contribute to anxiety, helping you tune into the messages your body is telling you when you feel stressed or overwhelmed.
At the end of the day, I want you to experience real transformation in our work together. Therapy is just one hour in the midst of your week; the other hours will only improve if change happens there, too. So each week, we’ll collaborate on a tool or strategy you’ll be able to integrate into your everyday life.
Anxiety doesn’t get better when it’s band-aided or tip-toed around. We’ll work on actually feeling your anxiety—all of its thoughts, beliefs, and sensations—and allowing it the space to move through in whatever way it needs to. By deepening into what you’re feeling, you can release the power your anxiety has over you and regain a sense of control and calm.
When you can calm your body, you can calm your mind.
Anxiety counseling can help you:
Communicate and prioritize your needs
Improve your relationship with yourself and others
Learn practical skills & strategies to combat overwhelm
Increase self-esteem and self-compassion
Identify and address the root causes of your anxiety
Embrace and live out your authentic self
Imagine a life where you’re no longer second-guessing yourself at every turn. Where you feel grounded and in tune with your body. Where you’re confident in who you are and where you’re headed.
What could be possible then?