On Living Contently
Stress, worry and even depression are part of a healthy mind. Life is full of changes and transitions that make it hard to stay upbeat. It’s difficult for all of us to live a contented life when we feel down, irritated, worried.
I’m here to help with that part.
I approach therapy from a humanistic, relationship-based perspective. Through our relationships with others, we can soften internal strife. My style is called “eclectic,” which means I use a variety of techniques depending on the situation, but I always maintain a focus on positive regard for my clients and my clients’ pain.
If you feel like you need help with living contently, give me a call or send me an email to schedule a no-cost 50-minute consultation.
Our initial consultation is no-cost. I offer a need-based sliding scale with special consideration for students and unemployed people.