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Therapy for Women

My goal is to support women in being kinder to themselves and slowing down to enjoy the life they have created. I help women build trust in themselves, to recognize their needs, and to take actions toward being authenticate in getting their needs met. I am dedicated to helping women live a full and satisfying life. I believe people are constantly striving to make changes to improve the quality of life and to be the best version of themselves. It is my goal to provide a safe, comfortable and non-judgmental environment for you to explore your struggles and to find ways to make life better.

Appointments are offered from 7 AM through 1 PM Monday through Friday (PST) and from 9 AM to 4 PM (EST). All appointments are conducted via video. Appointments can only be offered to those currently residing in California and Georgia.

Therapy for Anxiety

Life can feel overwhelming when we fear not meeting expectations, whether they are the expectations associated with being a leader, an employee, a mom, a friend, or a woman. The fear leads us to try to either hiding and avoiding the responsibilities we have or trying to control all outcomes by managing the situations or sometimes a combination of both. It can be exhausting and you may feel like if you let go, everything will fall apart or people may see you for the mess you feel like you are. With therapy, you can build your confidence and trust in yourself, allowing you to breath and appreciate your life.

Relationship with Food and Body

Society and culture send so many messages about food and our bodies, setting expectations that feel impossible to reach. For many, this has meant years of starving, dieting or restricting, only to realize it has led to years of unhappiness and missed experiences while still not meeting their weight goals long term. With therapy, you can learn a different way of approaching food that allows greater long term freedom with food and the ability to build a better relationship with your body.

Therapy for Healthy Relationships

Relationships provide a sense of acceptance, love, and belonging. We learn about relationships from our parents, our siblings, our friends, our dating partners, our religious practices, and our society as a whole. Sometimes in trying to build and maintain relationships, we start to sacrifice and lose parts of ourselves to make the other person happy, to help the other person with their struggles, or to keep the relationship. Often this can lead to you feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, depressed, or desperate. With therapy, you can learn how to take care of yourself in relationships while still finding the acceptance, love, and belonging you want.

Therapy for Therapists

Being a therapist can be incredibly rewarding. You bring your knowledge, passion, and hope with you for each of your clients and revel in watching them change. Sometimes holding the space and caring can be exhausting, particularly if we are not holding the space to care for ourselves. We can get burned out or overwhelmed, leading to us being anxious, depressed, or ineffective. Sometimes we also have our own struggles outside the therapy room that we need to address. With therapy, you can find your passion again, be more effective, and ensure that you are able to fully enjoy your life too.

Women In Leadership

Being a woman in a leadership position means you have overcome many obstacles, likely with dedication, perseverance, and passion. You bring unique talents to the workforce while also experiencing unique obstacles. You are likely to confront issues in how others perceive your leadership, in balancing caring for your employees and reaching the organizational goals, and in creating a work-home balance. With therapy, you can overcome the obstacles in order to align with both your work values and your home values in a way that creates a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle.

Women’s Issues

Women may experience certain environmental, psychological, and biological challenges related to gender that have a significant impact on their mental health and well-being. If not addressed properly, these challenges can turn into burdens that often lead to anxiety, depression, and a lost sense of self. Daniel Freeman, Oxford University clinical psychologist analyzed 12 large-scale studies and concluded that women may be between 20% and 40% more likely to develop a mental illness than men. According to Freeman, “Women tend to view themselves more negatively than men and that is a vulnerability factor for many mental health problems."

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