Counseling for Young Women
What’s going on?
If you are a young woman between the ages of 17 and 35, I can bet you are undergoing your share of challenges.
- Balancing expectations and demands of family, friends, work, and more
- Striving for authenticity while meeting the needs of others
- Defining your own priorities and sense of purpose
- Developing and maintaining emotionally safe bonds with others
- Gaining a sense of competence and sufficiency in your spheres of influence
While navigating these life challenges, you may also be grappling with other issues.
- Healing from an abusive relationship
- Breaking free from a damaging family role
- Suffering with a distant or demanding view of God
- Combatting ongoing feelings of being “not enough” or “too much”
- Compulsively responding to challenges in ways that hold you back
How can therapy help?
The type of therapy I practice is empathic, experiential, and relational.
I want you to experience
- Compassion – the sense that you are understood, that you are not alone, that you are fundamentally worthy. Period.
- Clarity – the sense that you and your life make sense, that the ways you perceive life developed for important reasons, and that meaningful cause-and-effect relationships exist.
- Connection – the sense that your feelings and needs matter, and can be communicated with safe others in ways that create a sense of vitality, comfort, and closeness.
I practice therapy that values both insight – understanding the origin of a problem and experience – actually practicing something different.
Practicing something different can take the shape of things we do in session and things you agree to do outside of session.
Click here to send me an email with basic information about you and how I can best reach you. Then we’ll talk about how I might be able to help.