For many of us there comes a time when relationships, transitions, or life in general begins to feel overwhelming. Perhaps there’s been a recent change or crisis in your life and you’re not sure of the right direction to go in. Maybe you’re fighting with your partner, family, or friends and you’re getting too many conflicting opinions from others. You might be up late at night looking for answers, panicked that you’re not sure you’re ready for change. It might feel like it’s all boiling over, like you have no idea what you’re doing, or if you’re making the right choice.
You are looking for someone that knows how to handle what you are going through. Someone that will listen to whatever you have to say and will be understanding of whatever you bring to the table. You want to know you will have both the open space to explore while also engaging with someone that is willing to give you guidance and feedback.
I help individuals work through inner conflicts between wanting to live in line with personal values versus what others expect. I’ll sit with you while you explore options and show you ways to become grounded in order to reflect and find peace. I’ll also help you organize things into smaller, more manageable steps so you can begin tackling obstacles between you and your goals.
As an unbiased, third-party person, I help couples and families work through differences and misunderstandings by providing tools to manage conflict, enhance communication and build empathy for one another.
I value each of my client’s journeys and truly appreciate the courage it takes to enter into this new chapter. I am humbled by their stories and look forward to joining with them on this path towards healthier relationships with themselves and others. I am currently under supervision by Elizabeth Earnshaw, LMFT (MF000872) as I work towards my license in the state of Pennsylvania
I am currently under supervision by Elizabeth Earnshaw, LMFT (MF000872) as I work towards my license in the state of Pennsylvania.