Convenient and Portable Expertise
No one ever told you that this is how life would be. Working in a job that fills you with a sense of dread. Hiding out in your house or apartment, avoiding other people on weekends. Stuck in your head, rehearsing the events of the day/week. Playing out groundhog day every morning and trying to resist the ever-present urge to retreat back into your bed, where you can numbly scroll through your social media feed.
But here you are, getting through each day as best you can. You try to keep your hopes up, remain optimistic, but at times it feels like you’re drowning. To other people, it may look like you’re doing fine. You’re mostly functional. You still show up to work. You still smile at people when they ask how you’re doing. But inside you’re secretly imploding. You figure it’s only a matter of time before the wheels come off completely, and everyone finds out what a disaster you are.
It’s time for a change
And that’s why you’re here. Looking for help. Looking for some relief. Maybe you’ve considered therapy before, but then doubt if it’s really necessary. Is this all in my head? Am I just being dramatic? What’s wrong with me?
Thankfully, COVID made online therapy more accessible than ever before. You no longer need to enjoy the nerve wracking experience of hanging out in an oddly decorated waiting room, fretting over who you might run into. There’s no traffic to deal with or parking woes. And best part – you can even bring your dog with you to session.
If you’re at least partially interested in testing out online therapy, click the button below.
Online Therapy Specialties
When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.-Viktor Frankl, Psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor
I want you to first and foremost know that I am not afraid of the dark and I’m not afraid of your dark. Try me.
I’m here because I believe that everyone’s story has value and that everyone deserves to be heard. I’m here because I believe that you deserve a life full of joy and love. And, I’m here because I believe you should have access to quality therapy and resources, regardless of which country recently stamped your passport.