Is your life not quite where you would like it to be?Are you
struggling with relationships, life stage, or career issues? Are you
trying to solve these problems yourself, or perhaps with the help of
family and friends, yet still feeling stuck or misunderstood?
Then maybe it’s time to seek counseling.
There are times in life when we feel like we may need some
guidance or mentoring from a professional. There is tremendous value in
talking through your ideas, problems, and feelings with a
psychotherapist who has the experience, training and expertise to
understand what you are going through, and help you create a plan to
turn your life around.
As a therapist who’s been working in this field for many years, I know how
tough it is to go through each day not having the confidence and hope that
things will get better. As a counselor with experience working with many people
who have struggled with relationship
difficulties, depression and anxiety, or difficult pasts, I love being part of
a process that can help you see that life, relationships, and how you feel
about your self can improve.
We live in a society that sometimes leaves us learning lessons
that aren’t so supportive of us having satisfying relationships, healthy
connections with others, and undermines our ability to feel good about who we
Just what is happiness? A hugely popular song tells the story, and I
have to admit its contagious listening to the tune and watching people
dance as they move along to its beat.
On Therapeutic Lifestyle change:
"Across the industrialized modern world, clinical depression has
reached epidemic proportions, despite a staggering increase in the use
of antidepressant medication. In fact, researchers have identified a
set of illnesses that are pervasive across the Western world and yet
rare among aboriginal populations. Depression is now the single
leading cause of work-related disability for adults under 50. And yet
there is strong evidence that depression can be both prevented and
treated through a set of straightforward changes in lifestyle.
Getting one's life grounded is important for mental, emotional and physical wellbeing! Our lives and our culture have often taken us far adrift. But promising new developments are charting new ways back to old territory.
Some of the distress and anxiety that underlies our lives is from recognizing on some level that we've been charting lifestyles that are unsustainable.