Helping You Find Your Way
You’re not sure when it happened, but one day you didn’t recognize the person next to you. It’s terrifying and heartbreaking to think this might be the end.
Maybe it started after the kids were born, or maybe you’re just realizing you might not be as compatible as you always thought. Either way, there’s a distance and disconnect between the two of you that can no longer be ignored.
Often you feel lost and perhaps unknown, desperately longing to be seen, heard, and understood. You’ve become little more than roommates, but you want so much more.
You want to feel like you did in the beginning, back before things got derailed and off track. You want to feel like true partners again. You want to be seen, pursued, and desired. You want to speak and be heard and understood.
I can help you. I walk with people, like you, through the fog and confusion, resurrecting what was thought to be lost.
Every relationship has issues from time to time. What makes the best relationships stand the test of time and thive is the willingness to do the work and seek help when needed.
The most important factors to consider when looking for a therapist are if they are comfortable assisting you, qualified to do so, and if you like them or not. Therapy is a deeply personal experience. Make sure it feels right before you invest time and money.
You may be struggling with anxiety, depression, lack of motivation, or interpersonal relationships and connection. Whatever the case, there is a path forward to better days.