Mental Health Services for Women

Life is too short for shitty coping skills and half-assed dreams.


Client Centered

Goal Driven.

You go nonstop. Every day feels like a marathon of deadlines and to-do lists.

On the outside, you are pulled together but on the inside, you are about to come undone.

You don’t even know what you want in life but the chaos in your head has to stop!

You have achieved so much in your life and yet you feel like it isn’t enough. It is never enough….

Imposter syndrome creeps in at night and the countdown to when someone finally realizes “you are a fraud” seems ever looming.

Let’s get you back in control of your life once and for all……

Get in touch with your values and dreams so your goals become crystal clear

Feel empowered, purposeful and excited about your life

Learn how to set healthy boundaries in your relationships so you can get what you want and feel fulfilled

Get clarity on what’s keeping you stuck so you can make choices that are right for you

Recognize the thoughts that contribute to negative feelings and learn to change them

Learn healthier coping strategies that help with the stress, anxiety, and self esteem

Develop routines that help you remain focused, goal driven, and balanced

Common Maladaptive Coping Mechanisms with Women

These coping strategies gets rid of the trigger or stressor for that moment but will come with adverse side effects and often unforeseen consequences.  Over time it can impact the functioning of your career, family

remaining calm in chaos
Recognition-seeking or Status-seeking

Overcompensates through impressing, high achievement, status, attention-seeking, etc.

Psychological Withdrawal

Copes through dissociation, numbness, denial, fantasy, or other internal forms of mental escape

Excessive Orderliness, Obsessionality

Maintains strict order, tight self-control, or a high level of predictability through order & planning, excessive adherence to routine or ritual, or extreme caution. Devotes extreme amounts of time to find the best way to accomplish tasks or avoid adverse outcomes.

Social withdrawal, Excessive autonomy

Copes through social isolation, disconnection, and removal. May demonstrate an exaggerated focus on independence and self-reliance, rather than involvement with others. Sometimes retreats through private activities such as excessive tv watching, reading, recreational computing, or solitary work.

Compliance, Dependence

Relies on others, gives in, seeks affiliation, passive, dependent, submissive, clinging, avoids conflict, people-pleasing.

Addictive Self-Soothing

Avoids by using addictions involving the body, such as alcohol, drugs, overeating, excessive masturbation, etc.

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