Irritability, excessive worry, racing thoughts, fatigue, and issues sleeping seem to follow you throughout life.
A little stress is good for you but you are finding yourself feeling forever behind, craving control over your day, and needing your calendar to stop giving you a panic attack.
You put on a brilliant smile and go through life achieving and excelling in whatever you put your mind to, but deep down you feel like a fraud and are terrified someone will find out how little you think of yourself.
Learn To Manage Your Life Without Sacrificing What You Want
You are tired of struggling with feeling anxious, overwhelmed, and stressed all of the time. Attempting to balance family, work, and your own self-care is too much and tends to end with you feeling worse about yourself and how you can’t get it together. Shame and guilt keep you stationary in where you are and if you had to admit that things were not where you wanted you might actually crumble…..
Frequently Asked Questions
Feel free to message me if you have further questions about services
What are your office hours?
I am open by appointment only, but I schedule from 10 am-8 pm most days depending on your needs. I also offer teletherapy in earlier and later appointment slots to accommodate different work schedules.
Do I have to tell you everything in therapy?
You can share whatever you want in your own time. I have tissues, and you are free to express your emotions in whatever form you find natural and helpful. My job is not to judge but to help and guide.
Is our work confidential?
Yes, unless you tell me you are going to hurt yourself, you are going to hurt someone else, or someone is hurting you. There are also limits to confidentiality if you are using insurance benefits. I will go over this in the very beginning of the first session in greater detail before we talk about anything else.
Are you licensed?
Yes, I am licensed by the Kentucky Board of Social Work as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), and I am licensed by the Kentucky Board of Alcohol and Drug Counselors as a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC)
What age ranges do you work with most of the time?
I prefer to see over the age of 18, but have experience working with under 18.
What can I expect in the first session?
The first visit is a chance for you to explain and talk about everything that has brought you into my office. You may speak as little or as much as you feel comfortable. I ask a lot more questions than in a typical session so that I can try to help identify what is going on and how I can help. I also have some super comfy seating, coffee/tea/water, and an hour blocked out to hear everything you want to tell me about struggles, accomplishments, and dreams for the future.
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