"Kindness is COMPASSION in action"
"I am not what happened to me. I am what I choose to become."
"Don't carry your mistakes around with you. Instead, place them under your feet and use them as stepping stones!"
"Angry is just sad's bodyguard."
- Liza Palmer
If you don't let it out, you're going to let it eat you away.
Welcome to My Practice
Hello, and welcome to my office. My hope is that in this space, you will find a safe place to express yourself and be heard. I hope that this office will be a haven, a sanctuary of acceptance, but also of challenge, as you meet the issues in your life that have been causing you problems.
Whether you want to explore issues individually, or work on a relationship with your partner or family, the decision to come to therapy can be scary. How can I talk to someone I don’t even know about the things most important to me? What will be asked of me? Do I have to tell my innermost secrets? The truth is, it is scary to open up and be vulnerable, especially when that hasn’t always been safe to do in your life. It is also true that the process of opening up is determined by you, and you never have to say anything you are not comfortable sharing.
Therapy is a journey that client and therapist embark upon together. It is respectful, and safety is always primary. I know it takes courage to make the call. Please know that I hope to provide you with a place of safety, to explore the issues most important to you, at your pace, and in your time.
Here's How I Can Help You
Helping you to understand or change something that is not going well in your life.
Helping couples understand habitual patterns that can improve their relationships.
Making sure each person’s perspective of the problem is listened to, and understood.
Helping you and your partner improve or regain your intimate relationships.
Helpful Information For You
- Wendi L. Dumbroff suggests how couples can remain intimate while raising children– Wendi L. Dumbroff, MA, LPC, was recently quoted by ‘Wedding Wire’ in their article, “5 Ways Your Marriage Might Change After Children”. In the piece, Dumbroff offers advice...
Brené Brown, Author of several books, including “Daring Greatly,” speaks honestly and poignantly about vulnerability. We as humans are often so afraid to allow that part of ourselves to show, but it is important. Brené is very engaging and humorous, but at the same...
Is it selfish to work on being kind to yourself? Most definitely not! In fact, it is really important. If we are no good for ourselves, we certainly can't be there for others! And, everyone deserves compassion-even you! Many people have trouble offering to themselves,...