I strongly believe in you and in the healing power of psychotherapy .
I believe that being a women is not easy! No matter how old you are or what your story is, I am here for you! No matter if you are a new (or not so new) mama trying to balance motherhood, career and being a woman, a young female professional struggling with transitioning to adulthood, an emerging or an existing student navigating the independent life, or a beautiful woman feeling anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, or lost in the chaos of current reality! I’m here to listen to your story and to help you cope and navigate your struggles to live a more balanced life. I’m here to empower you so you will start to believe in yourself and your potential! I’m here for you!
I believe that there are times when we need someone to vent to, to get advice from, to cry to. We need someone who is not going to judge us, criticize us, call us “emotional” or tell us to “get together” when we are not ready to do it. We need someone that we are going to trust and feel free to express ourselves the way we are. We need a safe place where our needs come first!
As your therapist, I will give you that safe space where you and your needs will come first. I will provide you with the opportunity to be truly yourself. I will support your journey into a self – discovery and self – growth so you will uncover your whole potential and bring the balance back to your life.
By getting to know you, I will help you to find the key to your struggles or underlying causes of your difficulties. I will teach you strategies and techniques that would ease your stress and help you to cope with every day life challenges and obstacles.
I believe, that by helping you to understand the underlying causes of your troubles, I will help you to understand yourself better and to live a more enlivened life.
Taking care of everything on your own is not easy! Let’s do it together!
I use Cognitive-Behavioral, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Positive Psychology fundamentals in my professional practice and believe that the most important aspects of the therapeutic relationship are compassion, mutual trust, and respect.