Myth 1: Seeking therapy means that I’m crazy, cuckoo, a nutjob, whatever.
Absolutely not. The healthiest and strongest people seek therapy. If you like to solve your own problems, you will benefit the most. Most people are looking for ways to cope with situational crises, depression, anxiety, relationship issues and low self-esteem. Therapy is the magical, mystical portal to the person you’ve always wanted to be.
Myth 2: Anxiety and Depression is something I will have all my life.
Change is possible. Research shows that the best treatment outcomes include therapy, medication and exercise. I also provide natural solutions to mental health issues, like essential oils and Plexus products, which help get your gut right. (Did you know that the latest research shows your gut is an ancient “brain”? Let’s feed it what it needs to function right.)
Myth 3: Therapy involves lying on a couch and telling your deepest darkest feelings.
Confession: I do have a couch, however most people choose to sit down. I do offer a variety of self-soothing fidgets (Play-Doh, fidget spinners, a very popular sequin pillow) if you feel nervous. The good news is that we will talk together in warm, safe, accepting and nonjudgmental environment.