Licenced Mental Health Counselor, Certified Addictions Professional
I help people just like you to get out of their own way so that you can live the amazing life you know you can, without the feelings of failure, worthlessness, and the overall 'why do I always end up here?'
Does this sound familiar?
Many of the people I help look like they have it all together on the outside.
But inside, they feel like they are spinning their wheels. All of their efforts still have their inner voice saying “You’re still not where you should be!”
And sometimes the internal pain may even mean they have to secretly cope in ways that they wouldn’t want others to know about.
They may feel frustrated or stuck because they’ve gone to therapy before, or done self help work. But something still feels - deeply off.
People I work with
Good job and
Seemingly great relationships/family life
All the social appearances of success
-The women I support are often fiercely independent when single, but completely lose themselves when in relationships, and the relationships, for whatever reasons, tend to be abusive or unfulfilling.
-They tend to be doing the best they can, but some little voice in their head is saying that it should be different.
Get in Touch
Call or Text: 954-951-5989
Office address: 101 Plaza Real S, #228, Boca Raton, FL 33432
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