When things don’t work out the way you’ve envisioned, feelings of sadness, worry, or frustration can take over.

You may often find yourself asking, “Why am I not happy?” and experience an overwhelming sense of grief in parts of your life that seem to have shifted.

I offer individual sessions where together, we can unpack what is happening for you and look for ways to start making sense of your thoughts, emotions and patterns.

We can explore options and discover what you need to move forward again in your journey.

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Life Transitions

The end of a relationship, kids leaving home, career changes, moving house… some changes we choose and some we don’t. Either way, transitions can present us with some of our most difficult challenges and biggest opportunities for growth. In therapy, we can find perspective together and draw on the resources and strengths within you to find a direction forward and progress along your path.

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Grief & Loss

“We experience many different kinds of losses in our lives. It may be the death of a loved one, or the loss of a job, a relationship, or even a physical or mental ability. Grief can be immobilizing and finding a way forward in the aftermath of loss can be overwhelming. Whether your loss is recent or a long time ago, processing the grief is an important step in healing. Working together, we can sort through your thoughts and feelings to heal and rekindle hope for the future.

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Critical Illness

Have you or a loved one been given a scary diagnosis? Are you struggling to make sense of it all as you ride an emotional roller coaster not knowing what’s coming next? Or perhaps you are facing caregiver burnout or are simply tired of fighting for your life. Cancer, Parkinson’s, heart disease, dementia and many other illnesses bring us face-to-face with our vulnerability and changes our lives. In my work with cancer patients and their caregivers, I have found that having someone to talk with outside of the family is so important. I understand the many nuances on the journey with a critical illness and can provide emotional and spiritual support to patients, family and caregivers during this difficult time.

Let's get in touch

You don’t need to struggle alone. If you are feeling stuck, overwhelmed, confused or even skeptical about finding your joy, please reach out to me. Together we can find a starting point and direction forward.

I offer services in person, over the phone, and through secure online video.

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