Is psychotherapy going to help the anxiety and sadness?
No matter what you achieve or have, you don’t feel satisfied.
At any moment, it could all fall apart, because it always has in the past. But people continue look to you as an example of a person who has it together. You are the responsible one, kind, thoughtful, paying attention to what everyone needs, and at the same time, there are so many things you want to ask for. Yet you stay silent, feeling needy and too much for others.
You want to be known and loved.
Every relationship leaves you with a nagging sense that the other person just needs something from you. Surrounded by family, friends, and colleagues, you suffer, endlessly lonely, aware of how no one sees you, holds you, supports you, or even knows you. It’s hard to admit that no one has ever really cared about you the way you needed.
You're ready for your life to change.
You don’t want to end up with another therapist who just reminds you that you are broken, who simply nods and agrees that you have been through hell. You need someone who has skills, can pull you out of the loneliness and help you declare a better life now.
Together I blend science and creativity to help heal painful memories, relationships and fears. My clients come to me because they have often struggled to feel connected and loved. They carry pain that many know nothing about, and now they feel like they are drowning.
Whether you struggle with deep sadness, loss, trauma or anxiety, I can help you find the flexibility you need in navigating life and love.
Your life can be lived with courage, confidence and enjoyment.
If you're ready to change hurt to hope, and transform pain to possibilities, click below to schedule an initial consultation and to book your first appointment at my Cedarhurst office.