Making Change Possible
Do you feel happy and fulfilled? Is this how you envisioned your life?
You don't have to settle for jobs and relationships that don't make you happy.
If you're in a job that's not challenging or a relationship that doesn't serve you, or you're just playing it safe, you need to ask yourself why you're doing that.
My work with women is really about helping you see who you really are - your incredible potential to engage in rewarding work, to cultivate close, trusting relationships, and to really enjoy your life.
Let's get started creating the life you really want.
The Path To Getting There
Together we will reshape those old self defeating thought patterns and discover new ways of thinking about yourself and your life.
While each person's journey is unique, the process usually unfolds in a similar way:
Naming your story
This is often a little scary at first since most people have never shared their difficult experiences. Rest assured that I will guide you through the process.
We'll learn how certain experiences impacted you to get a better understanding of where you've been and where you want to go.
Understanding how it affects you
Once we know your story, we can start to connect the dots to gain insight on how your conscious or unconscious impulses and behavioral patterns are affecting your life.
Then we can start to find empathy and awareness for yourself and your story, to help you cultivate new ways of being in the world.
Creating New Habits
Learning new behavioral patterns and making healthier choices is ongoing work.
It's not that the old thought patterns or self doubt go away, but now you have the tools you need to work with them so they don't control you.
From identifying new tools to ongoing support and accountability, you will start to create the life you want.
Together We Can Work On
Dating and intimacy
Feeling lonely in relationships
Fear of commitment
Family of origin issues
Balancing work and family
Parenting and other family transitions
Speaking up, owning your voice
Establishing healthy boundaries
Feeling “stuck” in your job