Just because you’re confused, stressed, or anxious does not mean you have a disorder and need therapy. (And I’m saying this as a trauma therapist here.) It just means you’re human and maybe need a bit of help to feel good in your humanness again.

It comes back to identity.

Identity is the invisible work that moves the needle forward on creating effective and lasting change both on an individual and global level. Whether we want to feel better in our own life or make changes to the world we live in, the first place to start is within.

Together we’ll get clear on how you see yourself and where those beliefs stem from, then work through the ones that are causing you to feel bad about who you are and implement shifts in how you’re living your life so you actually change the situations that are causing the negative feelings.

For many of my clients, the world has not had their back (which may be why I am so ready to go to bat for them when and where I can). The hard situations are just that, hard. We may not be able to change the world overnight, we may not be able to change the situation, but we can look at what your choices are and decide what you’re going to do moving forward.

A part of my work focuses on helping my clients find and come back to center. What that means is getting clear on who you are: your values, commitments, and priorities so that whenever it feels like you are being pulled in a million different directions at the same time you can reconnect to yourself and determine what the next right step for you is.