Let’s talk. Life is full of stressful situations: relationship disappointments, illness, death of a loved one, economic hardships, and societal prejudice and injustice. These events may leave us feeling isolated and overwhelmed. Sometimes we’re aware of what causes our troubled feelings and sometimes we’re not. Sorting this out and making changes is the goal of psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy is a collaborative treatment based on a trusting relationship with a therapist who will help you talk about troubling personal problems and

  • develop new perspectives about problems
  • gain insight about troubling feelings
  • break patterns of self-sabotaging behavior
  • find new ways to cope with debilitating fear, anxiety, and anger
  • change how you manage life’s hardships

While the process can be rewarding, at times it can be frustrating. Getting through those impasses is an important part of the therapeutic process. As a psychotherapist, I’m there to support, challenge, and inspire you along the path of personal growth http://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/81017.

You have the capacity to achieve a more satisfying life.Your psychotherapy experience, as an individual or group member, can help you heal emotional injuries and lead a more satisfying life. If you’re interested in taking the next step, contact Christine for an individual, couples or group consultation today.