Your Life and your Relationship look Great on The Outside, but at the moment it doesn’t feel that great to you on the inside.
I can help, and as a therapist I have helped many others like you.
By listening and talking together we can overcome the negative thoughts and feelings, panic attacks, unpleasant conversations, or whatever is getting in the way of you feeling good.
Perhaps you have a good career and friends, potentially a really positive future. Many aspects of your life are just as you would wish. A lot of people probably think you’ve got it all together and in many ways you do.
Yet despite how good your life might look to others, sometimes it feels like you’re playing a role.
Something feels like it’s missing or just not right.
Maybe you have a sense of being disconnected or you feel on edge. You may not even be sure what is going on but you know you are not entirely happy.
You might be experiencing some of the following symptoms of stress, depression or anxiety:
- panic or anxiety attacks
- thoughts that spiral out of control
- angry outbursts
- feeling stuck, confused or worried
- being teary or overly sensitive
- feeling empty or hollow
- feeling overwhelmed or out of control
- lack of motivation or depressed moods
- feeling uneasy or anxious a lot of the time
- struggling with your sense of direction or purpose
- experiencing relationship or career difficulties
- difficulty sleeping or having bad dreams
Possibly you’ve been carrying on regardless of how you feel—you keep the smile on your face socially and continue to be productive at work. Like many people who are struggling with stress and anxiety, however, you may begin to recognize signs of less than healthy ‘coping’ strategies:
- using party drugs or drinking more without really meaning to
- withdrawing from social situations
- working and/or training even longer and harder
- spending too much time at work
- shopping or spending more
- eating comfort food when you know you deserve better fuel for your body
- procrastinating over a decision or course of action
- clinging to a bad relationship or allowing a good one to spiral out of control
Possibly you have begun to experience moments of real panic or despair. You might become anxious or depressed at simply the thought of your work, relationships or future being affected. Maybe someone’s even told you they’re concerned about you.
The stress, anxiety or depression can no longer be ignored.
Enough is enough.
My practice specializes in treating individuals, couples and families and I offer comprehensive services dealing with: