We can try to convince ourselves that we should be able to figure things out on our own. However, after the last few years, anxiety has become more than a common word. Many not only know the definition of anxiety but can identify with anxiety personally. Some of us are experiencing grief and loss, this can be from relationships/friendships and even our identity of who we used to be. Adapting to change and transition can be confronting on our own. We may feel we have automatic thoughts, behaviours and responses that no longer serve us but we can feel stuck on how to change things on our own. My experience is that for clients to have a safe space where they can be heard, understood and acknowledged is often a relief.
How do you know this may be the time for you to reach out?
This may look like
- Having the desire to create and uphold boundaries.
- Improving your communication skills
- Increasing your emotional intelligence (emotional intelligence is really just the way you perceive, understand, express and manage your emotions).
- Learning how to increase your resilience.
- Working through trauma.
- Managing your depression.
- Managing your anxiety
- Exploring anger and emotional dysregulation
- Relationship breakdown/Changes
- Value exploration.
- Grief and Loss.
- Break down some big goals into small manageable pieces.
- Future-focused work.
“The relationship you hold with your mental health professional is important and is one of the biggest predictors of your success in therapy” I offer a 20-minute consult in person, via phone or video to have a chat and for you to have a feel if we are a good fit. To book online, please visit my website.