Sometimes it's hard to ask for help. As a counselor, I think about this a lot. Most of us don't hesitate to see a doctor when we have a sore throat — but when our emotions are involved, we may feel that we should just "get over it!" What if anger, or depression, or relationship stress, were physical symptoms? Wouldn't we take steps to get well?
The truth is, our emotions do impact our health — and so do our thoughts — in ways that may be hard to sort through on our own.
Counseling is a way to gain perspective, tools, and support in navigating life's challenges, or in personal growth and development. Isn't this something we can all use from time to time? And don't you deserve it?
Whatever you bring, or wherever you've been, I can offer hope and tools to create the future you deserve.
"Thank you so much for everything you have done for me! I am seeing real change throughout my life, and I couldn't be happier about it all. You are a gift."
R. C., Tukwila, WA