About individual therapy…
“In a dark time, the eye begins to see”
– Theodore Roethke
If you’re thinking about getting in touch, you’re probably aware that some things in your life need to change. Good therapy will help you get things on track.
The poet Mary Oliver asked, “What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?” Good therapy can clear away the blocks that keep us from asking and answering this question.
Below are some situations that commonly lead people to consider therapy:
- When you find yourself spending a good deal of your time feeling sad, angry, anxious or lonely
- When you notice yourself coming up against the same patterns, over and over again
- When you’re going through a significant transition (marriage, divorce, new child, new career)
- When you’re looking to find new direction and meaning in your life
- When you’re struggling to find a life partner, feeling discouraged, or losing hope
- When you’re feeling lonely and disconnected in your significant relationship
- When you’re grieving the loss of a partner, friend, or family member
- When you’re struggling with your career, your work relationships, or with questions about vocation
We’ll look together at what’s happening for you, and talk about what—if anything—you want to do about it.
A good experience in psychotherapy will stay with you for the rest of your life. For some of my thoughts on this, click here
To make an appointment, please go to the “Schedule Appointments” page of this website, or call (401) 709-4295.