Are you struggling with your emotional wellness?
Do you feel like you’ve lost a part of yourself? You have difficulty finding time for yourself, causing you to feel frustrated. Or perhaps you find yourself stuck in an unfulfilling job. If you haven’t been able to pursue your dreams, you may even feel guilty or ashamed.
The recognition that you’re not where you want to be in life can be disheartening, but it’s also an opportunity to change things for the better. When you set aside the time to focus inward, you can build your self-confidence, self-esteem and learn to trust yourself and get greater clarity on who you are and what you want out of life.
Everyone experiences a lack of clarity at some point in their lives. While the huge variety of options available to us is wonderful, choosing among them can be stressful and ultimately, paralyzing.
For many women, the cultural pressure to appear that they have everything together causes many women to struggle with “imposter syndrome,” a feeling of being a fraud in their own lives with a fear of being “discovered.”
In addition, many women spend so much time taking care of others and meeting others’ expectations that they fail to consider what they want for themselves. The overwhelming demands of jobs, raising children, and maintaining other relationships can make self-care seem out of reach.
All of this can lead to the deterioration of your physical, emotional and physical health.
I offer women’s counseling services that allow you to dedicate time and mental space to the issues that matter to you. Giving voice to your innermost needs and desires in a nonjudgmental environment is a powerful force for owning your own truth and giving yourself the freedom, space, and clarity you need to grow.
If you’ve been feeling unsure of yourself, I can support you in tapping into your intuitive nature to help you make decisions. I’ll encourage you to get curious about how your intuition manifests for you (such as through sudden thoughts or bodily sensations). At first, you may not trust these insights or may even be overwhelmed by them. Over time, though, as we test and cross-validate these insights, you may come to view your intuition as a strength and a valuable resource.
Perhaps even more importantly, I’ll help you build a better relationship with yourself and come into greater internal alignment with every situation you encounter so that regardless of what action you take—or the outcome of that action—you’ll know that you’re moving in the right direction.
Women’s counseling will help you to become more grounded, have greater clarity, and find the freedom to seek out the things that enrich your life. As we clear out the mental clutter that has kept you stuck in your current situation, we’ll free up the space to discover new choices, creative energies, and ways of being.
If you’re ready, schedule a free 15-minute consultation to help you find out whether counseling is a good option for you.